Desperados III ‘Bounty Mode’ update now available

Includes "Level Editing Cheats" on PC.

Desperados III

Publisher THQ Nordic and developer Mimimi Games have released a free update for Desperados III that adds “Bounty Mode” to the game, as well as “Level Editing Cheats” for the PC version.

Get the details below, via THQ Nordic.

Bounty Mode

Bounty Mode is now part of the game and lets you choose which of the five Desperados you want to play in almost every major mission. (Similar to the Baron’s Challenges, this mode will unlock during the second chapter.) Either you make it easier for yourself or spice the mission up a bit—or you try to finish the game with Hector all over the place!

Level Editing Cheats

Also, the newly activated “Level Editing Cheats” allow you to create your own mission setups and share the savegames with all other Desperados III players. Basically, it’s a level editor light. By using the cheat codes, players can easily clean a map and then spawn all types of enemies in any location on the map and have fun by placing different objects throughout the level. You want to use 20 dynamite crates and 10 Gatling guns in Flagstone for maximum chaos? You got it! Get creative and share your own mission setups as savegame files with other players!

More information and video tutorials are available here.

Desperados III is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam and GOG.

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