Rise of the Triad’s 1.2 update brings level editor, quicksaves, and more

Rise of the Triad

By on October 30, 2013 at 1:43 pm

Rise of the Triad‘s perhaps appropriately-named Ludicrous Development Kit is now available for everyone to use, appearing in yesterday’s 1.2 update. The update also brings a number of other welcome changes, including the addition of quicksaves, and the removal of the need to log into the master servers for the game.

The Ludicrous Development Kit grants access to over 16,000 assets to use in your creation of maps and mods, including stuff found in the original 90′s game, as well as heaps of bugfixes and tweaks which you can read here.

Rise of the Triad is currently on sale as part of Steam’s Halloween Extravaganzaget it for $7.49 here.

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Yeah was looking at this giant patch downloading last night and thinking “why so big?” jumped onto Steam forums and noticed quicksaves! Ok might not mention why so big but QUICKSAVES DAMMIT! YAY!

 

Needs q3dm17

 

Yeah actually being able to save our game! About time!
Finally I can re-install this and give it a proper go, not to mention I can actually call this game a remake with a straight face now.

Now I’m just twiddling my thumbs waiting on Harebrained to code in proper saves for Shadowrun..

 
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