03 February 2023, 15:46
Yomi Hustle is a 2D fighting game that recently hit Steam. The game enables you to use mods. Here you can find out where to download and install them.
Your Only Move Is HUSTLE is a two-dimensional fighting game with a rather minimalist visuals. During the game you take on the role of a selected character and fight against other players. The game offers support for mods. Below you will find information on how to download and install them.
Yomi Hustle – how to install mods?
Installation of mods for Yomi Hustle is quite simple. All you have to do is copy the .zip with the modification of your choice to the game folder. Do not, under any circumstances, unzip these files. If you have the game on Steam, this whole process is as follows:
- right-click on the game in the library;
- in the manage tab, click on the option “show local files”.
- enter the “mods” folder
- copy the modification files
In case you have the game from itch.io, then you need to go to the path where you extracted the game and extract the modifications to the “mods” folder.
Also keep in mind that after launching the game, you need to manually activate the mods. You can do this in the settings. Then relaunch the title, then an additional menu containing a list of modifications will appear.
As for the source of mods, on the other hand, at the moment it is a Discord server called Your Only Move Is Modding. There you will find, among other things, new characters. The developers plan to launch a Steam workshop, but it is not known when exactly this will happen.
Yomi Hustle – character list
Basic version of Yomi Hustle includes 4 different characters:
Each of them has different attacks to use during battles. So, to some extent, this affects your gameplay.
It must be admitted that the number of default characters is not very impressive. Therefore, it is a good idea to reach for mods to increase the pool of available heroes.
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