Pid developers add Easy Mode based on player feedback

Pid now offers an Easy Mode in addition to its existing Normal and Hard difficulties, and many of the adjustments were made based on community feedback, developer Might and Delight announced today.

The studio redesigned levels, reduced environmental clutter to make navigation easier and shortened boss fights. Might and Delight also tweaked the Normal difficulty level to "[even] out the play experience and [lessen] challenging difficulty spikes," according to a press release from the company. Pid received positive reviews, but its punishing nature, even outside of the Hard difficulty, was a common complaint.

Both Easy Mode and the changes to the Normal difficulty are currently available only in the Windows PC version of Pid. A representative for Might and Delight told Polygon that the studio will add them to the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade versions of the game "later this year."

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