“Lonely Mountains: Downhill” Launching on Xbox One, Steam & PlayStation 4 This October!
Thunderful Publishing and Megagon Industries have announced the official release date for their upcoming mountain biking game, Lonely Mountains: Downhill. Fans can look forward to playing the title on October 23, 2019. It will be available on Xbox One, Steam, and the PlayStation 4.
Lonely Mountains: Downhill, at launch, will cost you €19.99/$19.99/£17.99. Take note, the price may vary a bit depending on the platform and region. Also, Xbox One owners will have the ability to play the game on day one through Xbox Game Pass.
“We’re super excited to finally have the finish line in sight. Thanks to all our Kickstarter backers for their patience and for staying with us on the ride. We’re really looking forward to see if our leaderboard times can last longer than a day,” said Daniel Helbig, co-founder and one of the three devs from Megagon Industries.
Here’s the official description:
In Lonely Mountains: Downhill it’s just you and the mountains. Start from the top of a trail and explore your way to the finish line. Once you’ve grown comfortable with that, will you brave all the rocks, trees, and narrow corridors to speed through as fast as possible to set a new record time on the leaderboards? Or, perhaps you will be all about perfection and exploration, seeing what all the mountain has to offer while trying to perfectly reach the bottom with zero crashes on record. No matter how you play it, it’s always a joyful time!
The upcoming game will also have Night Mode to make the trails more challenging.
How do you think you will fare on the tricky trails with only a headlight on the front of your bike to light your path? The challenge is real, but so is the excitement! You can feel all the anticipation in our brand-new launch trailer above!
A release date for the title on Nintendo Switch will be announced at a later date.
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