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Metal Revolution – PAX West 2019

Welcome to a new generation of fighting games. From developer and producer NEXT Studios, Metal Revolution brings a unique experience to all fighters who never flinch in the face of furious combat. Currently there is no release date but we hope for sometime in 2020. 

Metal Revolution has many great aspects that create sensational gameplay. From minimalistic controls all the way down to the cyber robot punk theme, this fighting game is one for all people. With ten playable characters and a handful of maps to choose from, the diversity is never-ending. Choose between your fists or a sword and battle it out to the death.  

Along with just your normal 2 player battles, there are several other modes to choose from. Arena (ranked)  is a competitive one-on-one online match against other players in the arena. Win the match and you are able to rank up and unlock unique rewards. Quick Match is just a “jump right in” fighting experience against players from all over the world. Test out new strategies, fighting styles, or combos in a challenging setting. Friend mode and local mode both allow you to contest with players in local offline battles. Arcade mode lets you test your limits and see how far you can go. Lastly, training mode just lets you practice and learn the game and characters without all the worries of a real battle.

Jump in the arena and find out for yourself just how fun and exciting this new fighting game is. Off-shoulder footage was captured and you can check it out below.

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