Indie publisher Modus Games today revealed a high-energy trailer for Override 2: Super Mech League’s closed beta on Steam. The new trailer is full of heart-pumping action and blisteringly powerful attacks, highlighting some of the insane action you’ll be able to experience hands-on in the beta from October 2-4.
Check out today’s trailer here:
Sign up for the closed beta before it’s too late here: https://modusgames.com/
Headed to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC in December 2020, Override 2 is a competitive arena brawler featuring an array of super-powered mechs ready to battle it out until the end. The standard version will be available for $29.99 digitally, with the ULTRAMAN Deluxe Edition available both digitally and physically for $39.99 (includes season pass + bonus cosmetics).
Players of the closed beta this weekend will get to test out five of the game’s 20-mech roster and engage in 1v1, 2v2, Brawl (4-player free for all) and King of the Hill modes. 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.
Announced last week, the game will also release with an ULTRAMAN Deluxe Edition, expanding the game’s core 20-mech roster with four key characters from Netflix’s most watched anime series of 2019: Shinjiro Hayata wearing the iconic ULTRAMAN Suit, the mysterious Bemular, Dan Moroboshi donning the ULTRAMAN Suit ver7, and the incredibly powerful alien Black King.
For the latest on Override 2: Super Mech League, crash into the game’s official site (http://www.override2.com/) and sign up for the closed beta. For a supersized update on Modus Games’ full lineup, head over to https://modusgames.com, join the Discord channel (modus.games/discord), and follow @Modus_Games on Twitter.