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Get ready for a few more cuts and bruises as RageSquid and No More Robots just gave Descenders the biggest update yet. Modding support is now in using along with a massive new map.

Thanks to the integration, you can subscribe to and download mods directly in the game and it works perfectly. They said they went with instead of the Steam Workshop to ensure that everyone could play together easily, which is part of the point of to make mods cross-platform with open APIs.

They also added a new built-in level found in the Mods menu called Mt. Rosie, which seems like the biggest map in the game so far at 4km x 4km in size (seriously it's enormous). It has some huge slopes, plenty of hand-crafted areas to try out your tricks and some huge ramps.  Personally, I'm more excited about the new BikeOut map inspired by the silly Wipeout game show.

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I've been testing out the BikeOut map and as expected, it's completely ridiculous. Difficult too of course, it's supposed to really challenge you. However, pretty hilarious seeing other players getting completely annihilated by all the moving parts.

Since Descenders now has multiplayer, this is going to be so much fun. Absolutely fantastic to see such a massive free update to the game.

You can pick it up from Humble Store and Steam.

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Tags: Mod, Sports, Steam, Update | Apps: Descenders
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Gobo 11 Oct, 2019
The trailer makes it look like a descendant of Defrag, the Quake mod. Somewhat like parcour on bikes in an amusement park.
BrazilianGamer 11 Oct, 2019
Do you think this spec can run the game:

i5 3230M
Intel graphics 4000 HD
MayeulC 13 Oct, 2019
Eeh? I thought you were talking about this wipeout). I had never heard of that one, although I also get the appeal :)

For wipeout-the-antigrav-racing-game fans, Redout runs quite well under steamplay, and has a demo :)
jarl.arntzen 13 Oct, 2019
Ahhh. Descenders. A complete hit with the kids here. Fun game!
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