I’m a huge fan of fighting games, and believe it or not there are some great traditional style fighters out there on mobile. There’s the voxel-based fighter Vita fighters who published last January; the surprisingly deep Two souls what we really liked when it released on mobile about a year ago; and HeroVersus which is a clever hybrid of traditional control mechanics and swipe-based touchscreen controls that make it seem like he would be the king of the mountain of the mobile fighting game if he could just break out of the eternal beta. And that’s just to name a few. Now NeXT Studio and Gtarcade Want A Slice Of The Mobile Fighting Game Pie With Their Next Release Metal revolution. Check out this awesome new trailer.
Metal revolution hopes to stand out with its integrated mobile control system and range of unique modes, which will include an old regular 1v1 or 2v2 online game, but also challenge mode, training mode and PvE modes. The game has been part of a number of limited testing periods over the past two years, but this is the first time it has been released globally and as part of the official Early Access program of Google for Android on Google Play. This latest beta will run until June 11, so if you have an Android device and want to check it out go to Google Play and get it for free. Beta testers will have access to all premium bonuses during the testing period, but once the beta is over, the profiles will all be cleared to make way for an official release later this year.
Given the developers’ passion for fighting games and the time they have spent working on Metal revolution To make sure it meets their own expectations as fighting game fans, I’m very happy to see how the finished product turns out in the second half of the year. In the meantime, you can earn all kinds of rewards and bonuses, as well as find tons of information on the fighter roster and more, by pre-registering and exploring. the official website of the game, and we hope to have more on Metal revolution as its testing phases continue and lead to a full launch in the second half of 2021.