Get ready to rumble in Q1 2017 when Brawlout, a platform fighter from Angry Mob Games, comes to PlayStation®4, Xbox One and PC.
Brawlout can host up to eight players in online and local battles, including ranked online tournaments, in addition to offering a single-player campaign. Each fighter will have distinct advantages, including powerful projectiles or long-range whip attacks, and can be evolved with further combo options or advanced technical moves. Fighting also builds a player’s Rage Meter, which fuels powerful special attacks.
By merging vibrant platforming with varied combat styles, offering a parade of special moves and emphasizing ground combos, Brawlout finds its own identity – the precision of violent fighters, with a gorgeous animated style.
Set in a vivid world of ancient secrets and endless conflict, Brawlout puts the future of civilization in the hands (or claws) of its anthropomorphic animals. As an Exemplar chosen to represent their civilization in combat, each creature fights for the honor and pride of their people.
“We’re all fighting game fans, so we’ve built our dream platform fighter”, says Bogdan Iliesiu, CEO at Angry Mob Games. “We’ve heard what players miss from classic fighters and what they love about new ones, and Brawlout is designed to give people the best of both worlds, whether that’s ruining friendships around the TV or going online to anger strangers in tournaments.”
Brawlout marks a return to the golden age of platform fighters. It draws on traditional fighting games to create a parade of fantastic fighting moves, and a vivid world all its own.
Online and local battles, with up to 8 player fights
Take part in online ranked tournaments, play locally in party mode with friends, or go solo in the story campaign.
Evolve and customize your characters
Each character starts out with more accessible attacks. You grow it with special attacks, new combo options, more movement abilities and advanced tech moves.
Vastly different combat styles
Each character is designed around a unique fighting style, to make each fight more strategic: grapple opponents, freeze them, dive kick their face, bomb them with projectiles or smash them with long range whips.
Powerful special attacks consume your rage meter. When filled up, your character gets much tougher.
The platforming elements and win conditions were inspired by Super Smash Bros, while the various combat moves and ground combos were largely inspired by more violent fighters, like Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter, switching to a Looney-Toons sense of violence.