Lethal League Hits Consoles
Lethal League, the competitive projectile fighting game from the dutch developer Team Reptile, will see a release on consoles May 10, 2017.
For those unfamiliar with the release, it is a 2d-fighter but the only way to damage your opponent is by hit a ball at your opponent.
“The ball speeds up with every strike, up to explosively extreme velocities,” said Team Reptile in a released statement. “Think dodgeball with baseball bats.”
After the success of moving 400,000 copies on steam, the two-man team consisting of Dion Koster and Tim Remmers felt it was time to release the Playstation 4 and Xbox one ports.
“From the moment we started the development of Lethal League some years ago we felt that the ideal way to play this game would be on consoles,” said Team Reptile. “It’s a big milestone for us to finally release our first console title.”
The may 10 release will not just be a copy/paste job. Team Reptile completely rebuilt the game which offered a chance to make some improvements. Console versions of Lethal League will see improved online functionality as well as 8 fully translated languages to choose from.
With the fighter being featured on several eSport circuits, these additions will surely nurture an even larger competitive community.
Lethal League also offers single player mode as well as local battles.