Check Out Some Gameplay Of ‘descenders’ On Pc!

Check Out Some Gameplay of ‘Descenders’ on PC!

Indie developer RageSquid has just released their new extreme downhill cycling game Descenders. It features procedurally-generated trails, offering a whole new experience everytime you play. The studio was cool enough to hook us up with a preview code early, so we’ve already managed to prepare a gameplay video for you.

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If you’re interested in Descenders, then check it out on Steam. It’s available right now for just $22.49. That price will change to $24.99 on February 16th.

Descenders is extreme downhill freeriding for the modern era, with procedurally generated worlds, and where mistakes have real consequences. Will you lead your team to glory and become the next legendary Descender?


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