Kaiju Wars Demo New Functionality Added

Ring in Godzilla Day with the ability to play as monsters in the demo of Foolish Mortals’ Kaiju Wars.

With this update, players will be able to take control of the Kaiju in a special local hot seat versus multiplayer mode in certain missions (with support for online play via Steam RemotePlay). With this functionality in place, one player will use abilities, move kaiju, and play dark project cards. Meanwhile, those that control the humans will set out to stop the kaiju. Players will also be able to unlock additional versus missions by playing through its campaign.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Kaiju Wars | Play AS the Kaiju in local VERSUS multiplayer

The demo update to Kaiju Wars also brings with it Twitch integration. For instance, typing “!bad NOT MY CABBAGES!” will display “NOT MY CABBAGES!” in-game whenever a bad event happens.

The full release will come out for the PC in February 2022. In the meantime, you can download a demo for the game here.

Source: Press Release
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