Metal: Hellsinger might become less metal with the latest update as it allows modding support, meaning the players will be able to add custom music to the game.
One crucial part of rhythm games is the ability to get additional tracks and there is no better way to do it than modding. This was proven true with one of the most popular rhythm games in the past few years, Beat Saber, and Metal: Hellsinger devs are taking notes.
The Outsiders pushed the modding update on September 27, 2022, letting players add their own tracks to the game which will undoubtedly refresh it for countless fans but it might also be a source of different entertainment.
While the game is focused on Metal, there is nothing stopping the players from adding music from other genres.
For example, it won't be long until people are slaying demons to the tunes of Never Gonna Give You Up for the ultimate hellish Rickroll but there are a few caveats to modding you will need to be aware of.
You will need to know the BPM of the music you add and it needs to be fixed. Variable BPM can work but it's unreliable and might not produce a good experience.
There is a lot that can be learned through the tutorials provided by the devs on the official site but the cherry on top of the delicious modding cake is that even the free demo can be modded.
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