Descenders Update brings Tricks and more.

To coincide with Halloween, Dutch developer RageSquid has released an update for their Downhill Mountain Bike game Descenders – and it comes with something the fans have been asking for since day one – time to trick or treat!

Yes you guessed it, you can finally put some style into your runs with the newly added trick system. A whole variety of moves such as nac-nacs and no-handers can be pulled along with many others, but no more details as of yet on what they are. And if your nuts are bigger than your brain and you are going to have a big crash you can now ditch the bike using the bail system.

What better way to show off your sick tricks and massive bails than by recording your runs?! A replay mode has now been added to the game which will allow you to save, replay and record your runs. This means you can put together video edits of your fastest runs or best tricks and share to the world to revel in your awesomeness!

As if that wasn’t enough, RageSquid has also added a whole load of new loot and more to unlock and find in-game. This includes:
• New bikes
• New gear for bikes
• Clothes
• Crew member visual upgrade
• New bonus environment

The new environment is said to have plenty of features to try all your new tricks out on and make a sick edit, however you will have to find it first! Good things come to those who look really hard.

Written by: Martin Bullock

I'm a bearded guy in his 30's who still loves to game as much as I did when I was a kid. In fact I'm pretty much still a kid! Love to play driving sims, shooters, puzzle, strategy and survival games the most. Also cant resist a really good RPG here and there.

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