The Desert of Beginnings game update is due out soon for Core Keeper on Linux and Windows PC. Once again due to the ongoing work and effort of developer Pugstorm. The game is also available now on both Steam and Humble Store.
Get behind the wheel, drift across desert sands and leave your friends in the dust. Doing so in the biggest update yet for Core Keeper, The Desert of Beginnings. Which is due to release on November 10th.
Available as a free update, The Desert of Beginnings is the second major content update for Core Keeper. At least when following its release into Early Access earlier this year. Featuring the brand-new ‘Desert of Beginnings’ biome and new ‘Molten Quarry’ sub-biome. There is also an array of exciting new content. This is due to include new enemies, weapons, music, and base building options. There is also a major new feature – karting. The Desert of Beginnings brings in more new content than ever before.
Discover the new Galaxite ore, build a Galaxite workbench, and craft three variations of go-kart. There is also a brand new vehicle type that explorers can use to go across the desert sands at high speeds. Dash across the desert to outrun your enemies. Or meet up with friends and head out on an off-road adventure together.
While on your journey across the desert’s scorching dunes and ancient tombs, grab the brand new Bug Net. Then go insect hunting, catching small beetles, larvas, fireflies, and other friendly critters to display in your game world. With 12 new critters introduced in The Desert of Beginnings update. So be sure to explore each of Core Keeper’s biomes to find them all.
Core Keeper – The Desert of Beginnings Update (Linux, Windows PC)
There are a range of new weapons, gear, tools, and fish. These will also be available as players challenge themselves to defeat two new bosses. Which are Igneous the Molten Mass and Ra-Akar the Sand Titan. Plus, several community requested quality of life upgrades will be coming in The Desert of Beginnings. These include Steam Achievements and the ability to fish from boats and minecarts. There are also clickable recipes to add ingredients to the cooking pot automatically. Plus the option to destroy, pick up and place a range of larger world objects.
Core Keeper is a 1-8 player mining sandbox adventure game. One that takes place in an ancient cavern of creatures, treasures, and trinkets. Along with over 1 million players having already started their journey underground. Mine relics and resources to build your base. Then craft new equipment and survive. Once again, in The Desert of Beginnings, you will defeat giant monsters. As well as discover hidden secrets, farm crops, go fishing, and cook new recipes. Not to mention exploring a procedurally generated underground world to unravel the mystery of the ancient core.
Core Keeper’s Creepy Costume Party, a Halloween themed seasonal event full of spooktacular surprises and eerie diggin. This is currently live in-game until November 5th. So that players can unlock a range of rare Halloween outfits. An additional seasonal event is also planned for December.
The Desert of Beginnings is due to release on November 10th. Core Keeper is available now on both Steam and Humble Store. Priced at $12.99 USD / £10.99 / 12,99€. Along with support for Linux and Windows PC. Which is also Steam Deck Verified.