Brawlhalla Takes The Fight To Mobile Devices Next Year

Mobile version set to be released.
Mobile version set to be released. Ubisoft

Free-to-play platform fighting action game Brawlhalla is preparing to arrive on Android and iOS in 2020. With already 30 million players around the world, the mobile version was announced during the Brawlhalla World Championship in Atlanta. The mobile version of Brawlhalla is expected to feature co-op, competitive play, and cross-play with other platforms at launch.

As it stands, Brawlhalla already has an ever-growing roster of 47 Legends. These include Epic Crossover fighters like Hellboy, Finn and Jake from Adventure Time, and even WWE Superstars in the likes of The Rock, Undertaker, John Cena, and Becky Lynch. You can read about the Adventure Time crossover here and the addition of new WWE Superstars here.

Players can choose between single-player and co-op modes. There is also the ever-changing Brawl of the Week mode along with modes less focused on fighting, like Brawlball and Bombsketball. There are also online and local competitions.

Brawlhalla is a free-to-play fighting game released for the PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The game is similar to Super Smash Bros., where the goal is to knock enemies off the stage. This is done by dealing damage to the opponent repeatedly. Damage is displayed through a color display on the character icon, which goes from white to red to black. The closer the color is to red, the farther the player is knocked back after an attack. Getting knocked off the stage results in the player losing a life. The winner is either the last player standing or the one with the most points at the end of the match.

Brawlhalla supports both local and online play. Competitive players can compete 1-on-1 to climb through the rankings. Players can also find a partner to team up with against other duos to increase their collaborative rank. Brawlhalla also offers several casual modes like Free-For-All, 1v1 Strikeout, and Experimental 1v1.

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