Basement Crawl dated in Europe, first gameplay video

North American release date to be announced "soon."

Basement Crawl

Bloober Team has dated and released the first gameplay video for its PlayStation 4 download title Basement Crawl.

The multiplayer-only strategic action game will launch on January 29 in Europe and “soon” in North America for $9.99 USD / €9.99 / ₤7.99.

In it, players will be able to face off against three friends via four-player local multiplayer or participate in an eight-player match via PlayStation Network. The game combines maze-based mayhem with “high intensity action, explosive traps, and potent competition,” according to the developer.

Basement Crawl finally gives PlayStation 4 owners a reason to invite their friends over to show off their systems – our amazing local multiplayer that is as addictive as it is competitive,” said Bloober Team boss Piotr Babieno. “Basement Crawl rewards skill and practice, which means a good player will never get cheated out of a win by someone who grinds with better gear. For any PS4 owner out there who is still looking for a really fun, truly unique multiplayer game for their new system, Basement Crawl is it.”

Watch the first gameplay below.

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