Croteam and Devolver Digital have taken a break from trying to smack down Medal of Honour: Warfighter, and have instead today launched Steam Workshop support for Serious Sam 3: BFE. This will allow users to browse and subscribe to different mods allowing them to change up the game in anyway they want. Oh and yes, that could potentially include switching out all of the enemies with Jar Jar Binks (my personal hope). There is already over 60 different mods that have been pre-approved and are available to download now. So, if you have a hankering for running around blasting aliens with an auto-shotty then hop to it!
Oh and by the way Croteam and Devolver Digital thought this might be too much awesome, so check out the handy (and somewhat gross) FAQ below.
Q: I love the Rocket Launcher but think it would be great to replace it with a pet Scrapjack that fires cute little rockets from the palm of my hand – is this possible with Steam Workshop support?
A: Already in there boss, don’t forget to check out its precious little idle animation.
Q: The Gnaar enemies scare my little brother, would it be possible to dress them up with fancy top hats and monocles with maybe a distinguished mustache? If so, can we rename them Sir Eisenhower Buttersworth?
A: Yes. So much yes.
Q: The non-stop action of Serious Sam 3: BFE is great and all but I really wish I could replace my multiplayer character with oddly attractive teenage girls from my favorite anime, is that weird?
A: Yes, it is weird but also totally possible with Steam Workshop. By the time you read this I guarantee your request is already available.
Q: I bet my friend $1,000,000 that you will never, ever, ever be able to make your own multiplayer and survival maps for Serious Sam 3: BFE using Steam Workshop. What’s the deal?
A: You owe your friend a million bucks, dude.
Q: I get aroused by the rapid discharge of shotgun shells – is there already an automatic shotgun mod I can download so I don’t have to wait on making my own?
A: Yes. Please go away. Gross.
Serious Sam 3:BFE is already out on PC, Xbox 360 and PS3, and with the addition of Steam Workshop to the PC/Mac edition it is about to get a whole lot less serious.