Descenders update and new Freeride Mode

descenders downhill mountain biking update and new freeride mode for linux mac windows games

Descenders new update comes with a new Freeride Mode for Linux,Mac and Windows. The extreme downhill mountain biking games that launch last month hit with rave reviews. Having now received it first major update this week. This also includes a brand new mode, new kits, and plenty of extra additions.

Descenders launched on February 9, and is already the most highly-rated MTB game to date. With an average rating of 90 percent from players on Steam.

As part of a free update today, Descenders players can now access the all-new, and highly requested, Freeride Mode. Freeride allows players to generate exactly the sort of tracks and runs they want, whether that’s a leisurely ride through the Highlands, or gunning it down steep slopes in the Peaks.

Descenders Early Access Launch Trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows)

And if a player finds a world that they particularly enjoy and want to share, they can now copy the “seed” for that world and share it with other players, allowing them to battle it out for glory on any particular courses of their choosing.

Alongside this massive mode, Descenders has also been updates with new kits to unlock. Also new languages (including Portuguese and Estonian). Tons of tweaks and fixes to make the overall experience even greater.

Descenders is available to purchase now on Steam for $24.99 / £19.49, and is coming to Xbox Game Preview very soon. PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch versions will follow later in the year.

Descenders is developed by Dutch studio RageSquid, and published by No More Robots, the British publishing label from Mike Rose. Sound design is from Power Up Audio, best known for their work on titles like Crypt of the Necrodancer and Towerfall Ascension, while the fully licensed soundtrack is from drum & bass label Liquicity

Play the new Freeride mode update:

Descenders is available now via Early Access on Steam and Humble Store. The games release supports Linux, Mac and Windows, priced at $24.99 ‎USD.

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