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Bonus Worlds are handcrafted nodes in Descenders. These are special nodes that have a unique aesthetic and mechanic to them.

Career Bonus Worlds[]

Typically, there is one special node in each region in Career; Career-Plus does not have any special nodes. To locate a special node in any region, divide the map in half horizontally, and look for the node on the outer edge of the map, opposite to the Boss Jump node - the special node will, with a few exceptions, be located along this side of the outer edge. On the cases that it isn't, it will be located at the other side's outer edge instead.

Completing the bonus objective(s) in a bonus world will unlock the ability to play them in Freeride, without the need to key in the seed. Completing all of these 5 Bonus Worlds listed below will award the Go The Extra Mile achievement.

Region Node Bonus Objectives Seed
Highlands Construction Site Reach the top 1001
Forest Mega Ramp Get 5000 rep in a single combo 1002
Canyon Ranch Superman Backflip, 540 No Hander, 180 Can Can^ 1003
Peaks Moon Collect DESCENDERS 1004
Volcano Kids Room Collect 5 toys 1005^^

^None of the bonus objectives can be fulfilled on the Hardtail.
^^The Kids Room seed is unusable until the Volcano boss jump is beaten.

Bonus Worlds without a region[]

These special nodes are not tied to a region. The Mt. Palumbo "bonus world" is the main overworld hub, with a seed attached to it to allow players to select it in Freeride or a Casual Lobby.

Node Seed
Credits 1006
Mt. Palumbo 1007

Bike Parks[]

If any bike parks are marked with these symbols, they are not available on that particular version of the game:

  • Not available on Xbox - not available on the Xbox version of the game
  • Not available on PS4 - not available on the PS4 version of the game
  • Not available on Switch - not available on the Switch version of the game
  • In most cases, missing bike parks will come to their respective platforms within a few weeks; do not attempt to join the track using the seed if it is not currently on the platform.
    • In some cases, the bike park is too technically demanding for the platform; hence, some bike parks are not available on the Switch version despite already being out on other consoles.
Node Seed Designer
BikeOut 1008 Roan Albers
Mt. Rosie Not available on Switch 1009 Roan Albers
Vuurberg 1010 Roan Albers
Cambria 1011 Roan Albers
STMP Line Not available on Switch 1012 Roan Albers
BikeOut 2 1013 Roan Albers
Stoker Bike Park 1014 Spe
Dyfi Valley 1015 Roan Albers and Spe
BikeOut 3 1016 Roan Albers
New Lexico Not available on Switch 1017 Roan Albers and Spe
Alodalakes Bike Resort 1018
Descenders Island 1019 Siro
The Sanctuary 1020 KamikazzeProds
Megapark 1021 Dogtorque
Kushmuck 4X Park 1022 xXKushXx
Jump City Not available on Switch 1023 BI0S0CK
Bikeout 4 1024 Roel Ezendam and Roan Albers
Ido Bike Park 1025 Roan Albers
Rose Ridge Not available on Switch 1026 Roan Albers
Mt Slope 1027 Siro
Drylands National Park 1028 Antgrass
Dutchman's Rock Not available on Switch 1029 Roan Albers and Spe
Island Cakewalk 1030 BI0S0CK
Llangynog Freeride Not available on Switch 1031 Antgrass
Rival Falls Not available on Switch 1032 Spe
Lost Cause Caves 1033 Dogtorque
Snowmans Ball 1034 BI0S0CK


  • Any maps credited to Roan Albers, Roel Ezendam and Spe are maps designed by RageSquid.
    • This excludes Stoker Bike Park, as it was designed before Spe joined the development team.
  • A lot of Bike Parks formerly started out as Mods before becoming part of the game.
    • This includes BikeOut, BikeOut V2, Vuurberg, Cambria, STMP Line, Stoker Bike Park, Alodalakes Bike Resort, Descenders Island, The Sanctuary, Megapark, Kushmuck 4X Park, Jump City, Mt Slope, Drylands National Park, Island Cakewalk, and Llangynog Freeride (formerly known as Vision Line).
    • Idarkopf was formerly a bike park, but was removed due to potential legal issues. The mod version is still playable via the Steam version of the game.
  • Dyfi is a location in Wales.
  • Mt. Rosie's name is a reference to designer Roan Albers' online handle, while New Lexico's name is likewise a reference to programmer Lex Decrauw's name (and a wordplay on the state New Mexico).