The Behemoth Game 4 introduces Cupcake units

Heal allies by flinging frosting at them.

The Behemoth Game 4

The next game from Castle Crashers studio The Behemoth, currently known only as Game 4, is a turn-based strategy game where players must guide three heroes through a world “littered in bear blood.” That said, you’ll command many a different unit to progress. Today, The Behemoth introduced the Cupcake unit.

Cupcakes are healers. Players will be able to dress it with different frosting flavors and toppings like vanilla and lemon frosting, and lemon and waffle cone toppings. It has a spoon catapult connected to its back, which it uses to launch its frosting at the ally its attempting to heal. If it misses its target, the frosting will stay on the field, where it’s fair game to be picked up by anyone.

Just like other accessories in Game 4, you’ll be able to buy Cupcake-specific items in the Market, acquire them through loot and rewards, or recruit a Cupcake unit who’s already wearing your desired accessories.

Speaking of recruiting, the Behemoth will officially show off recruiting in Game 4 when it’s shown at PAX East in March.

Game 4 is planned for release across Xbox One and PC.

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