Today, the gigantic film-inspired kaiju multiplayer arena brawler Gigabash just got a brand new trailer. Alongside plenty of new action, the video also revealed that the game would be coming to console and PC in early 2022.
You can check out its most recent State of Play trailer, and an official description, right down below.
After centuries spent slumbering in the bowels of the earth, the primordial beasts known as Titans have awoken. Now they must battle humanity – and one another – for total world dominance.
GigaBash combines the chaos and creativity of titles like Power Stone, Super Smash Bros Ultimate and War of Monsters with the jaw-dropping scale of the classic kaiju movies. Play as either a rampaging Titan or a Titan-hunting mecha; summon lightning from the heavens, use a radio tower as a baton, or roll a whole district (and your enemies) into a single massive snowball. Wreak enough havoc and you’ll evolve into your final form, the terrifyingly titanic S-Class.
GigaBash will also include the following features:
- STOMPING GROUND– Dive into a fun frenetic free-for-all with as many as four other players, duke it out in Battle mode, or pair up in 2v2. Wage war around the world – from cityscapes to exotic locales, nowhere is safe from the wrath of the Titans!
- HOMEFRONT– Hop on the couch to challenge up to three friends with local multiplayer. Nobody home? No problem, just head online!
- EASY TO LEARN, TRICKY TO MASTER – Time your attacks, block your opponents, use grabs and specials and build that meter to reveal your final form!
- CLASH OF THE TITANS – Discover the origins (and misadventures) of the Titans in four unique single-player campaigns, each with their own oversized protagonist.
- HALL OF THE ALPHAS – Go head to head in Duel mode, challenging another player to see who is the true King of the Titans.
- MULTIPLAYER MAYHEM – Experience the ultimate party mode with a variety of minigames designed for maximum fun. Only available in local play.
For more info on GigaBash, head over to its Steam page.
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