Bohemia Interactive released today a third major update for their exploration simulator Take On Mars.The update contains a bunch of new additions and improvements, such as new crater locations, new vehicles, and other such goodies.
One of the new implementations includes a technology tree, which lets players research various technologies to get access to new instruments and vehicles. Along with a tech tree, there are new global objectives, which has accomplishments at various locations in the game contributing to the same objective, contributing into one whole objective.
A new update wouldn't be without new vehicles, a "Probe" vehicle and a the Soviet-era Mars 3 lander that holds Mars' first rover, the Prop-M. This was the first vehicle to achieve a soft landing on Mars' Ptolemaeus Crater in 1971. And with that, players can explore two new crater locations: Lyot and Ptolemaeus.
Currently Take On Marsis still in Early Access, receiving constant updates for fixes and adding content.