Mods are wonderful and might by no means get sufficient love, so I am glad to see that co-operative cave-diving FPS Deep Rock Galactic now has official mod help. It contains mod.io integration for searching and putting in mods, an in-game mod supervisor, and clearer communication for gamers becoming a member of modded servers, amongst numerous different modifications.
Deep Rock’s builders outlined the replace in a post on Steam. Mod.io is essentially the most important addition. It is a third-party equal to Steam Workshop, and equally enables you to browse a database of mods and subscribe to these you wish to set up. They may then be robotically downloaded and up to date.
Mod.io may be visited from Deep Rock’s in-game browser, or by heading to drg.mod.io. You will want to enroll first. Mods are then cut up into three classes: verified, that are usually quality-of-life mods that don’t alter gameplay; permitted, which alter gameplay however don’t disupt common development; and sandbox, which alter rewards and mission payouts and thus do alter development.
You possibly can flip mods on and off whereas protecting them put in by way of an in-game mod supervisor. You can even see what mods a server is operating earlier than you join now, and let the sport robotically set up, activate or deactivate any mod required so that you can join.
There are already 261 DRG mods accessible by way of mod.io, with the builders pointing at a handful corresponding to Fabulous Bugs, which provides random hats and beards to the enemy swarms, or Squeaky Toy Hammer, which is self-explanatory. As I mentioned, mods are wonderful.
As is DRG. In his Deep Rock Galactic review, Nic Reuben referred to as it an “absolute gem”, greater than the sum of its elements, and plenty of different phrases of reward.
If mods are what you wanted to make the leap right into a procedural cave, then excellent news. Deep Rock Galactic is 35% off for the next week on Steam.
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