Following up with a free content update in April!
Invincible Cat and ForwardXP are proud to announce that Guilt Battle Arena is now available on the Nintendo Switch. Guilt Battle Arena us a frantic 2D local multiplayer and couch combat game which challenges players to use a single bullet to attack opponents and after firing, players must rebound their bullet after every shot. Play and shoot through raining chickens, dodge exploding cats and lead homing missiles directly to the enemy. Players can also amp up their matches with outrageous gear including jet-packs or turning everyone invisible.
Alongside the recent announcement of the Switch release, here is what Timothée Verrouil, founder of Invincible Cat has to say about the game and how it has changed from the previous releases.
“Guilt Battle Arena, and all the wacky levels and features, is now here for Nintendo Switch users who can play the game at home or on the go. We’ve also listened to the feedback from the community, and we are fired up to bring enhancements to Versus mode, upgrade the Co-Op features and add new content that players can look forward to next month and in future updates.”
In addition, Guilt Battle Arena will receive a free content update in April which will introduce bots in Versus mode so that players can enjoy the full experience with or without friends. The update will also debut the Battle Arena option, a new system that utilises voting to decide between three sets of game modes and modifiers and determines what players will have to face next. There will also be a major upgrade coming to co-op, where matches will no longer end if a player’s partners dies. Instead, the partner that died will come back as a ghost that can help their teammate and the living teammate can give them hearts to resurrect them in a co-op match.
If you are interested in checking out the game, you can do so via the Nintendo eShop for $9.99 / £ 8.39.
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