Competitive Platform Fighter Brawlout Headed to Steam Early Access April 20, PS4 and Xbox One Later this Year

Competitive platform fighter Brawlout is headed to Steam on April 20, 2017 with a PS4 and Xbox One version scheduled to release in Q3 2017.

on April 7, 2017 7:37 AM

Angry Mob Games announced today the official Early Access release date for their upcoming platform fighter, Brawlout. The game will initially launch on Steam via Early Access with an Xbox One and PS4 version scheduled for Q3 2017.

Brawlout will feature 8 player battles with both local and and online functionality. Ranked matches, tournaments, and a single player campaign will also be included when the game launches.

If this is your first time hearing about Brawlout, here is a brief description of the game and features:

Set in a vivid world of ancient secrets and endless conflict, Brawlout puts the future of your civilization in your hands (or claws).

As an Exemplar chosen to represent your civilization in combat, you fight for the honor and for pride of your people. But, approached by a mysterious figure known only as The Hood, there might finally be a way to end to this war for good.

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.

Rage meter

Powerful special attacks consume your rage meter. When filled up, your character gets much tougher.

Brawlout will release on PC via Steam Early Access on April 20, 2017. A PS4 and Xbox One version of the game is scheduled to release during Q3 2017.

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