Why wait another week to watch Godzilla vs Kong for killer Kaiju action when you can check out Override 2: Super Mech League and kick it with Black King today? The Kaiju character from ULTRAMAN is now available for all platforms, and Modus Games also announced that cross-play is available now for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC versions.
Publisher Modus Games today announced that Black King from the action-packed anime ULTRAMAN is now available to crush any and all opponents in his way, joining Override 2: Super Mech League as part of the game’s season pass.
Black King is a ravenous Kaiju from the ULTRAMAN anime with the power to rip enemies to shreds with ease. The character follows Ultraman and Bemular as the third of four ULTRAMAN characters coming to the game, with Dan Moroboshi releasing in the coming months.
Also announced today is the news that players can now engage in cross-platform matchmaking across Xbox, PC and PlayStation. Players on different platforms will experience improved queue times and battle against a larger competitive pool of participants for each match type. Read the full patch notes here.
Override 2: Super Mech League gathers a crew of distinctly devastating mechs for electrifying, over-the-top throwdowns for 1-4 players. Action is accessible to all and easy to jump into, but strategic depth in combat design means even the most skill-focused players will find a deeply rewarding, eSports-ready challenge. See if you have what it takes to rise to the top in the ‘Leagues’ Career Mode, or take on friendly matches as you begin to hone your skills.
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