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Don’t Let Those Aliens Eat Your Lunch In Override: Mech City Brawl

Don’t Let Those Aliens Eat Your Lunch In Override: Mech City Brawl

Override: Mech City Brawl

A new trailer for Override: Mech City Brawl is here to take us through all of the features we will experience in Override this December

In the past we have had a few looks at the features for Override: Mech City Brawl. It has been more text among things than any actual gameplay from The Balance Inc. It is what it is and we will take it in strides. Given that the game is slated to land on December 4th, it would be nice to see what we can get ourselves into with the game besides just know it allows us to pilot mechs and destroy part of the city for reasons. With a name like Override: Mech City Brawl it makes sense but there really should be a bit more. There is before you start to think that what we have had so far is what we are going to get.

The better part of all of this is that we have a nice look at more gameplay for Override here as it shows off the multiple different features we can expect in the game. We already knew that there would be an option to share the piloting skills in the game with a four-player co-op mode or mix and match to get any number of friends in on the action or defending against your attacks. There is also a solid looking single-player mode mixed in where we will be taking on all of the other fun we see in Override but can be the little anti-social butterflies that we are. Who really wants to punch aliens in the face while inside a giant mech with friends? Do not answer that…

Override: Mech City Brawl — Features


The Garage offers players the chance to customize their mechs with shiny skins that can be earned and equipped across all mech heroes. These skins vary in rarity and style, from animal stripes to shining metal in every color under the sun. Additionally, players can select from different accessories to make their mech truly one of a kind.

Today’s Features Trailer also highlights the brawler’s story campaign that will see players fighting fellow mechs and hordes of grotesque alien invaders through sprawling cityscapes and exotic locales. Thankfully, each mech is armed with a multitude of combat abilities, including a spectacular Ultimate attack that can be activated in especially hairy situations.

What are your new thoughts on Override: Mech City Brawl based on what we have here for the gameplay features now? Do you think it will shape up into a massive title for you or will it be a small side game to whet the whistle with between larger ones? How well do you think that the four-player co-op will actually play in the end or is your squad already on point for something like this? Let us all know down in the comments and then feel free to discuss. For more on Override: Mech City Brawl, be sure to keep swinging by the site here. We will have more and you will be glad to have seen it.

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