...
FeaturesGame Articles

Mecha BREAK Closed Beta Impressions

Lightning-fast speed and larger-than-life mechs were the name of the game during the recent Second Closed Beta Test for Amazing Seasun’s Mecha BREAK – see what’s to come with our impressions during this period.

Taking control of a mech known as a Striker, players will have a wealth of options at their disposal in Mecha BREAK. Want to pick an all-round Striker? The Alysnes is the one for you. More of a heavy brawler? It might be best to suit up with the Welkin. 

There’s a healthy amount of variety to choose from, and each of the choosable Strikers during this Closed Beta period packs some pep to their step. 

If anything, this comes into play with the amount of boosting and dodging players will have at their disposal. Players can whip out a shield and parry at just the right time, sure. However, the real fun of battle comes from outmaneuvering one’s opponent.

On that note, players will be dashing a fair amount in Mecha BREAK; we ended up zooming from one part to the next as we lent assists and captured nodes. 

There are options for both close-range and long-range combat, with weapons available on a cooldown before reloading. We liked how this encouraged more thoughtful play, although we wished there were a bit more resources to utilize.

While we were unable to try out the Mashmak mode due to an insufficient amount of players, we do look forward to seeing all of this action play out on a bigger scale with the full release – or even a potential Open Beta period.

With a number of Strikers to choose from and a massive playground to enjoy, we’re looking forward to seeing what the full release of Mecha BREAK has in store.

Mecha BREAK – Official Closed Beta Trailer


Players can follow Amazing Seasun on Twitter/X, Instagram, and Facebook social media channels, on top of the official Mecha BREAK website. Players can also wishlist Mecha BREAK through the official Steam page for the game.

Casey Scheld

Casey Scheld has more than 15 years of experience in the gaming industry as a community manager, social media director, event specialist, and (of course) gaming editor. He has previously worked with gaming start-ups like Raptr, publishers like Konami, and roller derby girls at PAX West (check out Jam City Rollergirls)! Gamers Heroes is a passion project for him, giving him a chance to tap into the underground side of gaming. He is all too eager to give these lesser-known heroes of the indie space the attention they so rightly deserve, seeking out the next gem and sharing it with the world. Previously making appearances at events like CES, GDC, and (the late) E3, he is all too happy to seek out the next big thing. For those that want to talk shop, send over a tip, or get an easy win in a fighting game of their choosing, be sure to check out his social media channels below.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *