Yupitergrad 2 Difficulty Options Added in ‘Pick Your Challenge’ Update

Following its recent ‘Comfort Zone Update’, Gamedust has released a new update for Yupitergrad 2: The Lost Station. The ‘Pick Your Challenge’ update is now live across all platforms, and allows players to tailor the difficulty of Yupitergrad 2: The Lost Station.

Following community feedback, Gamedust discovered that their players would benefit from adjustable difficulty options. Thus, the idea of the ‘Pick Your Challenge’ update was born. The studio tackled this concept by introducing difficulty levels and modifiers that will allow players to tailor their game difficulty to match their skill set.

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Yupitergrad 2 Difficulty Options Bring Customisation for All

The new difficulty levels begin with ‘Easy’, where the game will be exceptionally forgiving. ‘Medium’ is the current difficulty players are familiar with. ‘Hard’, which only the best astronauts can handle is – as might be expected – hard. Additionally, each element’s difficulty can be adjusted individually to the player’s preferences. The options include:

  • Bullets speed – Adjust the rate of fire for enemy projectiles.
  • Damage – Customize the lethality of enemy bullets.
  • Health – Set the health levels for opponents.
  • Movement speed – Modify the agility and pace of enemy movements.
  • Shield – Define the resilience of enemy shields.
  • Shield orb spawn probability – Control the likelihood of shield orbs spawning.
  • Minigun overheat time – Fine-tune the cooling time for your minigun.
  • Traps damage – Determine the severity of trap effects.
  • Closed atmospheric levels – Enhance maneuverability within enclosed atmospheric environments.

Yupitergrad 2: The Lost Station was originally designed with a singular difficulty level in mind. This made the adaptation of more varied levels a task in itself, which developers took on board to make sure that everyone from seasoned space acrobats to professional voyagers would relish the Yupitergrad 2 experience. After this update, developers are excited to see more players enjoying the adjustable difficulty, and they hope that players can swing their way into the cosmic station the game has to offer.

Yupitergrad 2: The Lost Station is available now for PCVR, PICO and Meta Quest headsets. Both platforms have received the ‘Pick Your Challenge’ update, and are ready to welcome players who may have lapsed due to an insurmountable challenge.

Are you one of the players who found the game too challenging? How do you feel about the update to Yupitergrad 2: The Lost Station‘s difficulty options? Let us know in the comments below!