Publisher Modus Games today announced Override 2: Super Mech League, a competitive arena brawler featuring hyper-powerful, towering mechs, is heading to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC in December 2020.
The standard version will be available for $29.99 digitally, with a deluxe edition available both digitally and physically for $39.99 that includes a season pass. Fans of lighthearted but intense competition can bash their way to early victories by signing up for the game’s closed beta today: http://www.override2.com/.
Witness the full scale of Override 2: Super Mech League’s incredibly powerful (and endearing) mechs and the destruction they’ll unleash via the game’s announcement trailer:
Developer Modus Studios Brazil is installing massive upgrades to bring the series’ signature balance of accessible design and deeply rewarding combat to another level. An all-new Career Mode leads these additions, letting players build a reputation for their own Club as they pummel their way to the top of Mech Leagues packed with formidable rivals.
Override 2: Super Mech League kicks its exhilarating brawls into overdrive, bringing new characters into the fray to round out a 20-bot roster brimming with charming personalities in battle. State-of-the-art opponents aren’t the only thing to worry about, though: arenas are speckled with game-changing hazards including pools of lava and geysers, so pilots would be wise to remain strategic while wreaking havoc on their surroundings.
With a wealth of game modes to throw down in including multiplayer ranked rumbles, Xenoswarm, King of the Hill and more, as well as a huge stash of unlockable cosmetics and attachments to personalize these unstoppable machines, Override 2: Super Mech League offers fun as gigantic as its fighters.