The indie open world game gets some updates.
Shakedown: Hawaii, a top down open world indie title, released earlier in the month. The game features a story somewhat in the vein of the old school Grand Theft Auto titles, where you employ business practices satirizing current trends in the gaming industry like loot boxes and subscription services. It’s also getting its first update on certain platforms for a more accessible experience and some additional content.
The Mogul update will include new content as well as some quality of life features. In a press release, developer VBlank Entertainment said they wanted to make the game a little clearer as it wasn’t conveyed well that main missions were the prime source of income. It will also include more shakedown scenarios, improved police chases, bug fixes, and a host of other things. You can look at the whole list of fixes an changes below, or check it out here.
Shakedown: Hawaii is available now for the PlayStation 4, Switch, PC, and Vita, with a 3DS version planned for a later date. The update is live on PS4 and PC now, with the Switch and Vita getting it soon. If you’re curious about the game, we recently sat down with the game’s creator, and you can read our interview through here.
- More shakedown scenarios
- Car repossession
- Weapon pawning
- Shop icons added to the map
- Expands some building interiors
- Unequippable character upgrades
- Faster property and multipliers purchasing
- Quicker salary increases
- Improved police chases
- Horns/sirens on vehicles
- Miscellaneous bug fixes