It's no secret that gamers have complained about the default difficulty behind the Q-Games sensation PixelJunk Monsters. With most players crying foul on how difficult the game can be even with a teammate, it comes as no shock that a patch will be released that includes difficulty settings. This turn of events came to fruition due to an open email sent by the guys over at TheBBPS to Dylan Cuthbert, executive producer at Q-Games.
Within the email, a BBPS writer jokingly stated that his wife was finding the difficulty curve of PJM to be too drastic for the casual gamer. Luckily for them, Cuthbert agreed and has stated that difficulty settings will find their way to the title within a free patch. For those of you who enjoy the online ranking system, you'll be pleased to know that changing the difficulty will result in your online score not qualifying.
Also, Cuthbert hinted towards a new gameplay mode that will spice up Q-Games other smash hit, PixelJunk Eden. He stated that the controls "are too much fun to waste on just one set of game rules."