During the latest PC Gaming Show event, Modus Games announced the in-house-developed 2D fighter, Diesel Legacy: The Brazen Age. Dubbed a “brand-new style of fighting game,” this title features an “innovative 3-lane system” with hand-drawn artwork.
Occurring in New Libertis, known as The Iron City by its citizens, the locale is a “dieselpunk-inspired technological marvel.” FALCORP Industries is trying to bring humanity to a higher iteration of existence, though only for those high on society’s totem pole. The working class is left to battle on their own and fend for themselves.
2v2 local and online multiplayer are featured, with ten playable characters planned at launch. Strategy is crucial when considering the previously stated 3-lane system, as it requires players to manage each of their fighters’ strengths and weaknesses. The title will also include the team’s “brand-new proprietary RealMatch rollback netcode” for seamless combative exchanges.
Moreover, Diesel Legacy: The Brazen Age will have 60 FPS, training, and story modes.
You can view official key art and screenshots for Diesel Legacy: The Brazen Age via our gallery below:
You can view the official reveal trailer for Diesel Legacy: The Brazen Age below:
Diesel Legacy: The Brazen Age will launch on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch at a currently unknown time. An open beta is currently available on Steam with four characters.
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