With the release of ShootMania Storm finally arriving later this month, the development team at Nadeo has announced the delivery of new tools that will open the videogame even more, enhancing its creative possibilities. The first of these features will allow players to import skins including 3D characters, animations and sounds into ShootMania Storm.
To show players what is possible, Nadeo have partnered with Ubisoft’s Shanghai Studio to create the special Susu skin that is now available for players. Players can download the skin for free, directly within the videogame (pictured right).
“This is just be the tip of the iceberg, we have a lot of great features planned for the weeks after the release of the game. We will open the game and our creative tools further to the community,” says Florent Castelnerac, Managing Director at Nadeo.
Nadeo has also announced that they are working on the Steam Workshop integration for ShootMania Storm, TrackMania² Canyon and TrackMania² Stadium. Players will therefore soon be able to share their creations via the Steam Workshop, just like they already do in game and through community sites.
The open beta versions of ShootMania Storm and TrackMania² Stadium are still available for free at www.maniaplanet.com/download or on Steam at http://store.steampowered.com/freestuff/demos/. Sharing content is only available for players who purchased the videogame and won’t be possible for those who currently test either title for free in the open beta. Electronic Theatre will keep you updated with all the latest details on ShootMania Storm, TrackMania² Canyon and TrackMania² Stadium.