Based in Hilversum, Netherlands
July 12th(Switch, PS4, XB1) October 24h 2018 (Steam)
PC/Mac, Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One
Lethal League Blaze is the sequel to the popular projectile-fighting game Lethal League, released on steam October 24th 2018 and Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4 and Xbox One July 12th 2019. Known for it's ridiculous speeds and hitstun, the original game was intense to watch and amassed tens of millions of views on youtube. This time around there will be more characters at launch, doubling those of the last game. There's also new game modes to choose from, like the event-based story mode and something called Lethal Volley. Team Reptile upped their game with improved, 3D graphics, but the game still maintains the extreme, high speed experience of the original Lethal League. Gameplay has also seen additions, with a grab move that allows you to pitch the ball back and directly counter your opponent's defense. The new HP setting will see you not instantly dying to the slowest speeds anymore. And of course there will be lots of hidden tricks for each character. Among the newcomers are Jet, a bubbly jetpacked inline skater. Grid, an electro mafioso who doesn't hold punches and Nitro, an ex-cop vigilante who deals out justice with his giant cuff-gun. What's more, the boss of the previous installment, Doombox, will return as a fully playable character in Lethal League Blaze. When it comes to the soundtrack, Klaus Veen will be returning with a remix of the infamous Ordinary Days. Frank Klepacki of Command and Conquer fame is contributing a track and Moscow based producer Pixelord joined the fray as well. Then there is also Hideki Naganuma from Jet Set Radio fame.
Team Reptile’s latest release is Lethal League Blaze on Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4 and Xbox One as their second console title. The team started out on PC when they released Megabyte Punch on Steam in 2013. After a baseball-fighting game prototype got featured in the finals of the UFGT mystery game tournament, plans were made to release a full game. That game, Lethal League, released in 2014, turned into a big hit among fighting game fans as well as youtubers like Game Grumps, TotalBiscuit and PewDiePie. After finishing the port of Lethal League for PS4 and Xbox One in early 2017, Team Reptile released an in-house made teaser for Lethal League Blaze showing off the skills they gained in the meantime.
- Twice the amount of original characters and more to come post-release
- More extreme modes
- Improved, high resolution graphics
- A 'limited animation’ style that achieves the same high speed gameplay of the original Lethal League
- Music from Hideki Naganuma, Frank Klepacki, Pixelord, Klaus Veen and more
- Still no weak shit
Lethal League Blaze Console Trailer YouTube
Lethal League Blaze Trailer YouTube
Lethal League Blaze Teaser YouTube
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About Team Reptile
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Lethal League Blaze Credits
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