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Game Modes are the different ways that Trailmakers can be played.
Expedition[edit | edit source]
In Expedition Mode, the goal is to journey into the unknown, and get as far as you can. You start in an abandoned world with a few building blocks. Build, adjust and rebuild your vehicle. Traverse a BIG world, overcome deep gorges, angry wildlife and all kinds of weather to progress and find new parts that will juice up your rig. The world in Expedition Mode will test your survival skills and ingenuity. With the checkpoint in sight but no wheels and no wings, how do you and your four jet engines get across the canyon?
Creative[edit | edit source]
Creative Mode is an unrestricted, sandbox, vehicle-building experience where you can build anything you can dream of and play around with it in the world of Trailmakers. It is a great place to test out crazy machines, and experiment with Trailmaker engineering. With tons of different blocks, hinges, thrusters and interactive vehicle parts - the sky's the limit!
Multi-player[edit | edit source]
There are two modes in Multi-player. The first is Sandbox mode, and the next is the PvP mode. When customizing the server, you have loads of options. There are two different maps at this point. The first one
Sandbox[edit | edit source]
This mode allows the server to have unlimited power cores, and the ability to build whatever you want. Just be careful how big your creations are because the bigger they are the laggier the game is.
PvP[edit | edit source]
PvP is the place where you get to test out your creations. You can battle others in the fight for time and the specter bolt. The person who holds the bolt the longest wins.