Modus Games and The Balance Inc. announced that their mech-tacular party brawler, Override: Mech City Brawl, is out now on PS4, Xbox One and PC. Modus Games also introduced Stardust, the first post-launch DLC addition to Override’s roster.
Launching with 12 uniquely destructive mechs with fists the size of skyscrapers, Override’s chrome-plated family will only get bigger in the weeks and months following launch. With a penchant for posing extravagantly and kicking up her hooves of steel, Stardust is just the first of many mechs that will be added to the game post-launch.
Whether it’s a drill-powered horn or a good old-fashioned mouth laser, players will need all the firepower they can get to come out on top in Override’s many modes. From an alien invasion-flavored story mode for solo players, to local and online versus & co-op destruction, all the way up to a party mode that sees players working together to pilot different parts of the same mech, there’s a playstyle for everyone.
Override: Mech City Brawl is priced at $39.99 for the Super Charged Mega Edition, and $29.99 for the digital-only Standard Edition. The Stardust mech will be available on the 14th of December for $3.99. Owners of the Super Charged Mega Edition will get free access to Stardust, just as they will for all future mechs.