Competitive Brawler Lethal League Is Free on Fanatical for a Limited Time
As part of its Spring sale, Fanatical is offering Steam codes for Team Reptile's 2D indie fighting game, Lethal League, free of charge for a limited time.
Yesterday, Fanatical announced that the fast-paced, highly-acclaimed PC title, Lethal League is available for free on its site.
According to the press release, the online video game retailer is offering a limited amount of free Lethal League Steam keys for Windows, Mac or Linux players. For those of you that do not know, Lethal League is a two-dimensional fighting game released on August 27, 2014, and was developed and published by indie Dutch developer Team Reptile.
The overall concept of Lethal League has up to four players pitted against each other in a closed arena; the overall objective of each match is to hit a ball back and forth while simultaneously also having the ball hit other players to deplete their health bar until one player is left. In addition to launching on PC, Lethal League was also released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in May of last year.
This particular giveaway is part of Fanatical’s Spring Sale, which offers a slew of discounts across numerous titles. Including but not limited to BioShock: The Collection ($17.99) Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom ($52.19), Sid Meier’s Civilization VI ($26.99) Sonic Mania ($17.59), and more.
Additionally, Fanatical’s Spring Sale also includes an opportunity for customers to acquire an additional 10% off their entire purchase, which you can redeem by entering the promotional code SPRING10 at checkout.