Meet the Classes in Killer Klowns from Outer Space: The Game

Choose your Klown.
Choose your Klown. Teravision Games

A new trailer has been released for Killer Klowns from Outer Space: The Game which features the different Killer Klowns that players can use. There are five classes to choose from, with each having its own unique weapons, abilities, and playstyles.

Now, before we take a closer look at what each of the five classes has to offer, you can watch the trailer below:

The Tracker

This class is based on Spikey from the film, which is not the best at combat since its specialty is tracking. He runs around the map looting, tooting, and sometimes, shooting. As part of the team, he can provide situational insight and support for teammates. He does this by shooting humans with a Popcorn Bazooka which results in popcorn bits sticking to targets and revealing their position for other Klowns to know. He can also summon a Balloon Dog that points toward the nearest survivor. If a prey tries to get away, the Tracker can immediately get into his invisible car or chase them on foot.

The Trapster

For Rudy, he'll do anything to scare the living crap out of any earthling. He may not be able to fight well but he more than makes up for this with his scheming and being able to place traps. The Jawbreaker Mace, for example, bursts into popcorn explosion on contact and allows other Klowns to see the attacked humans through nearby walls. His traps include the Baby Klown, an ugly and larvae-looking buddy that springs up and latches to the victim to hold them down. He also has the Popcorn Mine which puts the "wallhack vision" debuff to those within the blast radius.

The Tank

It's none other than "Chubby" from the movie. He may be slow but he's tough as hell, and has a ranged weapon called the Extendable Jawbreaker. One of his abilities is the Sticky Bash where he does a powerful downward strike and then summons a carpet of cotton candy that traps anyone caught in it. Another ability is Rage Rush where he goes on rampage and charges through enemies while busting through obstacles and taking less damage from firearms.

The Scout

Meet Jumbo, the only Klown that can use the Klown Jump to leap into unexplored territory. He is the ultimate aggressive reconnaissance maestro, specializes in scouting, close-range combat, and stealth. He may not have range and pure damage but has the abilities to take out humans and control the flow of the whole battle. He can silently draw humans closer with Hypnotic Lure and then smash them with a mallet. There's also the Lackey Swap where he can instantly substitute with a nearby AI-controlled minion to quickly change position while evading or attacking survivors.

The Fighter

Shorty is someone who doesn't mess around and just wants to fight. His melee prowess, combined with his agility, make him a truly formidable yet loud opponent. However, he can't detect humans. Regardless, he's going to be a fun class to play with since he can disguise himself as a pizza box. He also has a Speedy Tricycle which can be used indoors.

Killer Klowns from Outer Space: The Game is set to be released in early 2023 on PC through Steam, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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