- Thunderful has announced that The Gunk will be available for PC after its success on the Xbox Games Pass.
- In addition, Thunderful also announced that its Xbox version of the game will be gaining new language support.
- The upcoming PC release of The Gunk will include a photo mode and additional language support.
The Gunk is coming to Windows and consoles, with a special Xbox version that will include photo mode to help you capture your most memorable moments while playing. The launch date has yet to be announced.
The new photo mode, which has been added to Xbox One, allows you to take screenshots from The Gunk using the console’s Kinect camera. It also allows you to find items hidden throughout the game using voice commands.
It was only a matter of time before the PC version of the game made its way to Steam and other PC platforms. While many gamers have enjoyed the experience on Xbox, The Gunk has been downloaded more than a million times on Microsoft’s platform.
Now Thunderful is expanding The Gunk’s reach even further, announcing that it will be making its way to Steam and other PC platforms soon.
New photo mode
Earlier, Thunderful announced that it would be making the move to Steam and new platforms. Now it appears that the studio has also started working on a photo mode for Xbox One players.
The photo mode will allow players to upload photos from their Xbox One to their Steam library, and those photos can be used in-game on any platform.
Previously, only some players had been able to take photos inside of The Gunk. Now, anyone will be able to take high-quality screenshots.
The developer also promised that there would be no limits on how long a player could store any photo they took while playing the game.
This is not the only new feature that is being added to The Gunk, although it’s a very cool one.
The team has now announced that their Xbox version of the game will include support for six new languages, as well as improving compatibility on Windows 11.
In the photo mode, players will not only be able to shoot, but also create and edit pages of their photo album. The new language support means that players can choose from a variety of languages.
The Gunk’s photo modes are its primary selling point, offering users a way to customize their character with real-time photo capture and sharing.
The Eurogamer review of The Gunk describes the game as elegant and thoughtful. It also notes the moral and ethical sweetness of the game.
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