CrossCode Modding Shoutout: Autumn’s Genesis

Hello everyball!

With the CrossCode console release about to happen next week we’re now writing about something entirely different: CrossCode Modding projects

CrossCode Modding

To be frank: we never really designed CrossCode with modding in mind. But yet, it still happened – maybe because the JavaScript code base makes the game fairly accessible.
For several years now we’ve been watching a couple of smaller and larger modding projects appear over time. However, now is the first time the modding community actively organizes a whole event, so we thought we could help with a little shoutout.

If you are interested in the modding community in general, feel free to visit their Discord Server

However, before you continue installing and playing mods:

Important Disclaimer for CrossCode Mods

Modding projects are unofficial content and as such, we won’t be able to help you with any issue that may arise from installing and playing mods for CrossCode.

Be aware that installing mods can potentially break your save data, so it’s recommended to back up your saves before installing any modding project.

One option to back up your saves:

  • Start CrossCode and load the save you want to backup
  • Pressing F10
  • Save the text of the upper field into a text file

To import your save file again:

  • Start CrossCode and press F10
  • Insert the text of your save backup in the lower text field and press Submit
  • Your imported save will be the last save in your list of saves

Now that we got that out of the way, let’s talk events!

Autumn’s Genesis – Master Trials Score Attack!

Starting today you can participate in a very special challenge, taking on very strong variants of the game’s boss fights and try to get the best score!

Here’s how that will look like:

If this sounds exciting to you, you will find all the necessary information here:

Autumns Genesis Installation Guide and Rules for Participation

The event will last until September 1st, so there’s still plenty of time.

And that’s pretty much it!

Depending on how things go, we might be giving more shoutout to other CrossCode modding projects in the future. Until then, feel free to join the modding community and maybe start modding yourself!

Until next time!

One Comment

  • Can you make a steam workshop for mods? A Hat in Time is a great example where mods can easily be implemented through steam workshop. I will buy the Steam version too if this ever happens. ;)

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