Smashbox Arena Coming to PSVR This Summer; New Trailer Released

Team-based action game Smashbox Arena will be heading to PSVR this summer. In addition to the announcement, we also have a new trailer announcing the console release.

on May 4, 2017 11:56 AM

BigBox VR and Archiact announced today that Smashbox Arena will be headed to PSVR this summer. The multiplayer VR shooter was originally released on PC in December 2016 and has maintained a “Very Positive” rating on Steam since its release. In addition to the PSVR release announcement we also received a new trailer for the PSVR version, which can be seen below.

If this is your first time hearing about Smashbox Arena, here is a brief breakdown on the game’s features:

Smashbox Arena is a team-based action game with insane physics-driven power-ups.

2 modes of play: Singleplayer Story Mode and Online Multiplayer (AI Characters will join teams if there aren’t enough players)!

Easy to learn, difficult to master — Fast-paced, multiplayer designed from ground up for VR headset and touch controllers!

Single-Player Story & Online Multiplayer:
Beat Story Mode in 3 levels of difficulties to unlock new Heads and Mini-Bios. And match up with friends and competitors from around the world! Work together with players and have fun with friends. Gesture your tactical plans, do a victory dance, and communicate with competitors using voice chat!

Insane Physics-driven Powerups:
Master 6 power-ups like Giant Boulders, Sniperballs and Heat Seeking Missiles. Creatively combine them to create endless unpredictable and funny situations!

Duck,Block, And Use Cover:
Dodge your opponent’s projectiles and use the environment as cover. Out-maneuvering your opponents in VR never felt so intense!

VR God View:
Zoom, rotate, and watch the action unfold in real time in VR God-View. Learn your opponents’ tactics and strike back!

Smashbox Arena is scheduled to release on PSVR this summer. The game is currently available on PC via Steam for $19.99.

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