Mayhem Brawler Launches August 18 for Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC - NewsWilliam D'Angelo , posted on 25 May 2021 / 627 Views
Developer Hero Concept announced the urban fantasy-themed beat ’em up game, Mayhem Brawler, will launch for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam on August 18.
View the gameplay trailer below:
Here is an overview of the game:
To Protect and Serve
While answering a routine call on a patrol, Dolphin, Star and Trouble—the most popular officers of the super-powered law enforcement agency, Stronghold—find themselves in a sequence of events that will alter the fate of the entire city.
Let’s get one thing straight; if you ever think that a day in the life of a super-powered law enforcer is easy, you couldn’t be more wrong, as there are greater threats than street gangs in urban fantasy themed Mayhem Brawler. Using your arsenal of combos and special abilities, you and your co-op teammates should make life miserable for those super-powered criminals, fend yourself from the fury of werewolves, resist the hexes of street wizards and confront the megacorp led by vampire houses that enforce their goons to do their dirty deeds.
The Mayhem Universe
Comic book-inspired hand-drawn backgrounds and frame-by-frame animations coupled with a kick-ass soundtrack will deliver a jolt of adrenaline to your controller. With the choices you make, you will shape the flow of the story and finally reach one of the three different endings in Mayhem Brawler universe, where each corner has a story to tell.
- A fresh take on classic 90s-style beat ’em ups.
- Offline co-op mode that supports up to three players.
- Ability to alter the game flow with player-led decisions.
- Three unique endings based on player’s choices.
- Three playable characters against 30 mobs including 12 unique bosses.
- Hand-drawn comic book inspired art, frame-by-frame animated characters and a rocking soundtrack.
- Your admission ticket to the limitless universe of Mayhem.
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