NetEase Games has just announced the global release of Super Mecha Champions on iOS devices, with an Android release coming soon. The game will allow players to battle others around the globe with an arsenal of different mechsuits and other weapons.
Available to play in battle royale or Team Deathmatch mode, Super Mecha Champions drops players in an urban battleground where players can collect loot, build a unique weapon loadout, and compete to be the last fighter standing. Battle on foot with nine unique gun classes or in the pilot’s seat of giant robot mechas to take control of the battlefield and crush the enemy.
Features of Super Mecha Champions include:
- Exciting Combat: Strategically navigate the battlefield on foot and then board your mecha to engage in immersive, large-scale machine battles to take control of the field. Each character pilots a unique mecha that offers a different loadout and set of abilities for various styles of gameplay.
- Japanese-Inspired Art Style: Navigate through a contemporary cityscape with anime-style characters and battle atop highrises, city streets, and abandoned buildings. Experience feature performances from popular Japanese voice actors such as Tomokazu Seki, Rina Sato, Kayano Ai, and more.
- Arsenal of Weapons: Players battling on foot can utilize a wide variety of weapons, including plasma cannons, homing missiles, sniper rifles, flamethrowers, and more. There are options to fit every playstyle!
- Team Battles: Team up with friends in Team Deathmatch mode to execute strategic battle tactics and expand your arsenal of weapons and abilities for a unique gameplay experience.
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