Designer RobTop is releasing a new update for Geometry Dash, a music-based platformer that has been popular since its release in the early 2010s. This is the first time an update has been released in four years. Several gamers expressed dissatisfaction with the fact that they had been waiting the greatest period of time in the game's history for an update. The update has now been officially announced, and a trailer has been created to go along with it.
Geometry Dash is a mobile game that was first released in 2013 for mobile devices. It marked the seventh anniversary of its founding on August 13th. As a result of the game's precise and skilled movement, it made for a challenging debut in the runner genre, which had been popularized in previous years by games such as Subway Surfers and Temple Run. It was decided to offer endless runners a more thematic twist in Geometry Dash.
At the time of its first release, it received considerable critical praise as well as an enormous number of challenge runners, owing to its neon visual flare and entrancing techno music. The addition of user-generated levels increased the game's popularity, and it has remained one of the greatest rhythm games for novices, particularly on mobile devices, ever since it was released.
Geometry Dash hasn't received an update since 2017, according to the game's designer, RobTop Games, who revealed the news on Twitter and Reddit user ElHadouken. Update 2.1, which was released in January of that year, is the most recent version of the game available for download.
2.2 is the next update, and a preview video for it was uploaded on RobTop Games' YouTube channel on August 14th at 4:00 pm Eastern Standard Time (5:00 pm Central Standard Time). It demonstrates some of the new level components and dynamics that fans may expect to see when the entire update is made available.
Surprisingly, the debut trailer for 2.2 on RobTop isn't the only one available for viewing. Several of the new features that will be included in the future edition have already been demonstrated on the RobTopGames channel on YouTube. Because a video was published in late 2017 showing the inclusion of random obstacle triggers to the game, it has been known that the game's development plans will be revealed at a later date.
RobTop also included new camera controls, a "Free Fly Mode," a platformer mode akin to Super Mario Bros., and a few tweaks to the level editor to make it even more enjoyable. They're all connected to the latest update in some way or another.
In spite of the positive reception to the announcement, the vast majority of social media responses have been critical of the lengthy delay that fans have been subjected to since 2.1. Because of the increased frequency and dependability of the game's updates, the Geometry Dash community has become more active.
Now that new content has been released, it is probable that the wait will be over soon, and players will be able to embark on brand-new adventures in the rhythmic runner.