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Final Destination Arena (PC)

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The subject of this article is from the NEXT update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 28 October, 2018.

This article was catalogued by the Galactic Hub.

Final Destination Arena
Builder 7101334
Galaxy Euclid
Region Savenix Instability
Star system Bambini Verdi
Planet Tapl -5.02,-62.71
Galactic coords 042F:0079:0D55:01C8
Portal Glyphs 01C8FA556C30
Game mode Normal
Platform PC
Release NEXT
Features
Farm Geobay
No No
Landing pad Arena
4
Trade terminal Racetrack
No No

Final Destination Arena is a player base.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Final Destination Arena is a player base, located in the Tapl / Bambini Verdi system. The base is designed for the purpose of player-versus-player multitool combat.

As the system itself is improperly named according to Galactic Hub Naming Guidelines, the moon hosting the arena was instead named with proper guidelines.

Final Destination Arena was inspired both in name and in its "simple design with great view" by the Final Destination stage from various Super Smash Bros games.

Alias names[edit | edit source]

PC Current: Final Destination Arena (PC)
PS4 Current: Final Destination Arena

Features[edit | edit source]

Final Destination Arena is composed of four landing pads, an encasing structure (which doubles as a place for photo mode operators or spectators to stand), and the main combat stage. With a 15x5 concrete floor combat stage, it is a small-to-medium-sized arena. The combat stage features four areas to take cover and a heavily-ornamented Galactic Hub symbol underneath the floor.

Gold Astronaut Statues watch over each corner of the arena, symbolizing the maximum-4-players (as of Update 1.59) able to fight in the arena at a single time. Anti-gravity generators (four small ones beneath each landing pad and one large one beneath the combat stage), keep the arena suspended motionless in the air.

A Save Point is also provided on the encasing structure's walkways, so competitors can easily recover any damage / lost progress / lost items from deaths or delete technology / modules without concern.

Additional information[edit | edit source]

Final Destination Arena was the Galactic Hub's first "officially-sponsored" arena, created to launch the promotion of the Galactic Hub Star League.

Gallery[edit | edit source]