Smite receives patch, new character Osiris, Siege mode

The latest patch for Hi-Rez Studios' free-to-play 3D multiplayer online battle arena game, Smite, introduces Siege mode, new god Osiris, new league ranking system, skins along with a slew of a bug fixes.

Osiris, Broken God of the Afterlife, wields a sickle and can transform into a spirit form to walk through enemies. His four abilities include Sickle Strike, Spirit Flail, Judgment Tether and Lord of the Afterlife. To learn more about Osiris abilities and lore, watch the reveal trailer above.

The new league ranking system consists of six tiers from Bronze through to Master, with five divisions of similar skilled players within each tier. Set in "Jungles of the Mayan Gods," the new Siege mode is a two lane map that features new towering weapons, player portals and a Silver Fury being who spawns a friendly Siege Tower when killed.

For more on the latest patch's content, check out the full update on Smite's official website. A recent patch released earlier this year included a new arena map and god character called Geb, a god of the Earth with the power to transform into a mass of rolling earth, create shockwaves and more.

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