The Game Bakers have added a new update to the Steam version of boss-rush action game Furi.
The new update adds a mode that makes you invincible and even to skip bosses.
“Furi’s been called difficult, but it’s also a game praised for its visual universe, its meaningful story or its high energy soundtrack. That’s why we designed this update, to let a non-hardcore audience enjoy a bit of Furi too,” said studio co-founder Audrey Leprince.
The press release also suggests that the update is “very useful for the hardcore crowd, giving them a set of useful commands to practice their fights.” This free update also includes an additional control scheme “that helps dodging or parrying while shooting/slashing, and was designed based on discussion with the game community.”
There is no word as of yet if or when the update will come to other platforms. A full run-down by the developers can be found below:
- The Invincible mode: a set of commands that can be used to become invincible, skip a fight, skip or lock a certain phase in a fight, or weaken a boss. The feature can be used in Story mode by players who want to focus on the narrative and audio visual experience without worrying about the challenging fights. It enables players to skip completely a boss or just a difficult phase. But it can also be used by experienced players to practice their skills, in particular by speedrunners looking to improve their time on specific combat phases.
- Control Scheme D: an alternate control scheme, that helps dodging or parrying while shooting/slashing, and was designed based on discussion with the game community.
The above coincides with a deal on Steam, reducing the game’s price 60% off from August 28th to August 31st.
Furi is available now on PC, PlayStation 4, Switch, and Xbox One. In case you missed it, you can find our review for the game here (we highly recommend it!).