With the Roblox universe expanding as much as it does, it leaves gamers excited for the latest updates. Let’s dive into the particulars of these most recent changes to the platform/game.
Farewell to the 50-Outfit Constraint
Roblox enthusiasts have a reason to rejoice as the platform has officially waved goodbye to the confining 50-outfit limitation in the Avatar editor. This breaking news surfaced via @moneybut on Twitter, the proprietor of the Catalog Avatar Creator. So that means players can save an unlimited number of outfits and giving them free-reign to change their outfits to an unlimited number of combinations.
In an awe-inspiring demonstration of this newfound liberation, @moneybut disclosed that he had managed to store an astounding 1,071 outfits on his Roblox account. It’s unlikely that (most) players will ever get to that kind of number, the removal of the outfit cap is the kind of thing hardcore fans of the game will enjoy. To explore this update yourself, simply navigate to the Avatar editor, opt for “Characters,” and proceed to the “Creations” section.
Swift Account Switching – A Game-Changing Feature!
Switch accounts is on the way, and it has players with multiple accounts pretty happy. This is really useful, especially among those who frequently shift between accounts for diverse purposes.
Though this feature remains unreleased as of [Date], it promises to enhance the convenience factor for Roblox players with numerous accounts.
Reviews Tab for Marketplace Models
Roblox is also gearing up to introduce a “Reviews” tab for models within the marketplace. This augmentation seeks to empower game developers by furnishing them with valuable insights before integrating models or scripts into their games. Players can now peruse reviews to assess the quality and functionality of these assets, ensuring a more seamless gaming experience.
While this update is not yet live as of [Date], it holds substantial potential for the Roblox development community.
Dismantling the 90% R15 Users Assertion
Roblox’s recent assertion that 90% of users have transitioned to the R15 avatar configuration has ignited skepticism within the player base. Although numerous players have indeed embraced R15, [YouTuber’s Alias] noted that a significant portion of users still sport the R6 avatar. The accuracy of Roblox’s statistics has been called into question, with [YouTuber’s Alias] proposing that the actual figure may hover closer to 80% or 85%.
Avatar Updates – David Baszucki’s Avatar Transformation
On a lighter note, David Baszucki, Roblox’s co-founder and CEO, surprised the community by giving his avatar a fresh new appearance. His updated classic look received favorable feedback from the player base, underscoring that even the upper echelons at Roblox relish the opportunity to keep their avatars vibrant and captivating.
The Elusive Invisible Mode
One lingering query on the minds of many Roblox enthusiasts pertains to the whereabouts of “Invisible Mode.” This feature, under development since 2021, remains conspicuously absent from the platform. While certain plugins can replicate a similar effect, they often fall short when joining games. The community continues to fervently await the debut of Invisible Mode, hoping that it will eventually see the light of day.
Plenty of new an exciting things are coming down the Roblox roadmap in these recent patches. Stick with Power up Gamer to stay up to date with the latest break down of Roblox info.