I really liked Rain World, but I’m also really bad in internet, thus ultimately got over them to many other things without making a lot progress. But now I get a reason to search back—several in reality. The fir.51 update, which was announced in June, is in open beta on Steam, bringing for it new difficulty levels, multiplayer modes, and “new secrets, strangeness, and hopefully a generally smoother Rain World experience.”
The new difficulties actually are available in the form of two new playable characters. The Monk, “weak of body but strong of spirit,” will round off a few of the game’s sharper edges: “In tune with all the mysteries around the world and empathetic to the creatures, your trip will be a now more peaceful one,” developer Videocult said.
For people who like to see . are convinced Rain World wasn’t tough enough as they are, you have the Hunter. “Strong and quick, that has a fierce metabolism requiring a stable diet of meat. But the stomach won’t become only concern, for the reason that path of the hunter is one of extreme peril,” the studio warned. Playing as being the Hunter will introduce various strange new creatures to eat—maybe eaten by.
The update can even introduce a four-player competitive mode, in which players earn points by catching bats and spearing creatures (including one), and also a sandbox mode, nevertheless for as much as four players, that permits creatures and circumstances to go and used so players can experiment and discover more about the direction they behave and the ways to handle them.
To access the Rain World 1.51 update, right-click the overall game listing inside your Steam library, hit Properties on the menu, after which it select the Betas tab. Enter MANYSLUGCATS into the beta key field (Right after whether or not this actually really should be in all-caps but that’s what they have to said, so that is what I was able to) and look into the code. That produce “beta – era!” accessible in the dropdown menu—select that, download the 280MB update, and you really are good to go.
Note that you won’t be capable of switch difficulties within a existing game: If you would like try the Monk or Hunter, it is important to take up a new game. Fortunately, Rain World has three separate save slots, so you can horse around operating three without having to stop my progress made.