Park Beyond 2.0 Update Released

The world of Limbic Entertainment and Bandai Namco’s Park Beyond is going to the extreme with today’s free PC release of version 2.0.

The 2.0 patch for the game brings with it performance optimization and changes to camera behavior, roller coaster creation, and element placement. These, in turn, allow for more “Impossifying” of each theme park that lends itself to gravity-defying experiences.

Also making an appearance in Version 2.0 of Park Beyond is the Parks and Prefabs sharing platform that is powered by mod.io. With it in place, players will be able to share creations of all sizes worldwide. Looking to try it out yourself? The feature is available across all platforms through the “Community Content” menu.

Finally, this update also brings with it the release of Park Beyond’s first Theme World, Beyond eXtreme. One is now able to add an extreme sport vibe straight out of the 90’s to any park, Also included are two new missions that feature zany entertainers, new rides best suited for daredevils, and loads of scenery items. Beyond eXtreme is part of the Annual Pass and is available as a separate purchase for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Park Beyond – Beyond eXtreme Launch Trailer

For those playing on consoles, update 2.0 will come to both PlayStation and Xbox platforms on October 18.

Source: Press Release
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