Playism has launched the MercuryStudio-developed mech racing game Break Arts II on PlayStation 4 digitally. The game is available now to western fans and is from a small Japanese indie developer.
The console version has been fine-tuned for players with added functionality with controls. The game supports online multiplayer modes with up to six players and will launch at $19.99.
Break Arts II was initially released on PC in 2018, but many have requested a console release. During gameplay players can assemble their robot character from multiple parts each with their own abilities, allowing for nearly unlimited possibilities. There are also parts of the ships that unfold, come apart and revolve, so you can create ships that fit your play style.
Here are the bullet points:
- Beautiful visual design
- Horizontal boosting – a total game-changer!
- Strike the pose of your liking on the podium after the race
- We wouldn’t dream of leaving out the humor!
- Listen… if you love robots, then this is absolutely your game!
We’ll keep you updated on the console release.
You can watch the trailer below:
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