Lethal League Blaze Releases On PS4 And Switch In Japan This July

A Steam version is already available since October of last year.
Lethal League Blaze gets a release date for the Switch and PS4 in Japan this July.
Lethal League Blaze gets a release date for the Switch and PS4 in Japan this July. Team Reptile

Team Reptile’s Lethal League Blaze releases for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in Japan this July.

Lethal League Blaze is a sequel to the projectile fighting game, Lethal League. It is an intense high-speed ball game where the goal is to strike the opposition with an anti-gravity ball that gets faster with every blow. The game was originally released last October for Steam, while its release for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in the West has been postponed for the meantime.

The game is set in a city called Shine, where the anti-gravity ball game has been banned. Those who continue to play are called the Lethal League. Despite the game being made illegal, crews still participate to pass the challenge and earn respect.

As for the features of the game, Lethal League Blaze can be played on your own or with up to 4 players both locally and online. There are many modes to choose from. If you want to go solo, you can always battle it out in the Arcade Mode or finish the Story Mode. If you want to play with friends you can choose Free-For-All, Strikers, Teams, or Lethal Volley. The online multiplayer feature allows you to invite friends to a private match or even just a quick match.

At first Lethal League Blaze looks simple with players just hitting a ball that gets faster each time, but your gameplay will improve as soon as you start learning smashes, bunts and controlling your special abilities. As you go on, you unlock a whole lot of extras like characters, cool outfits, modes, stages, and even soundtracks. The game will be accompanied by the music of Hideki Naganuma, Frank Klepacki, Pixelord, Bignic, Klaus Veen, and many more.

Lethal League Blaze is coming to Japan on Nintendo Switch digitally this July for ¥2,000 and physically in September for ¥3,500. As for its release on other platforms in the West, we’ll have to wait for further announcements any time before or after the Nintendo Switch release in Japan. Stay tuned and tell us what you think about this intense anti-gravity ball game.

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