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Lethal League Blaze Launching October 24

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Team Reptile announced today that Lethal League Blaze will launch on Steam October 24, and on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in spring 2019.

To go alongside this news, the development team has released a new trailer for the game. Hideki Naganuma will join the list of composers for the game, alongside Frank Klepacki, Pixelord and others.

Lethal League Blaze Trailer

Lethal League is a projectile-fighting game known for it’s ridiculous speeds and hitstun. Lethal League Blaze uses 3D graphics and new modes like the event-based ‘story mode’ and something entitled Lethal Volley. More than double the amount of characters from the original will be available at launch, with more on the way post-release. You can read our review of Lethal League for the PlayStation 4 here.

Source: Press Release
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