FuturLab announces robot battle game Mini-Mech Mayhem for PlayStation VR

From the studio behind Velocity 2X and Tiny Trax.

Mini-Mech Mayhem

Velocity 2X and Tiny Trax developer FuturLab has announced Mini-Mech Mayhem, a robot battle game where the player takes on the role of the “big buddy” that fights alongside their Mini-Mech partner, for PlayStation VR. It will launch in 2018.

In Mini-Mech Mayhem, players will have to guide their Mini-Mech buddy, who is “full of enthusiasm, passion, and incredible power, but sometimes, amongst all the mayhem, loses sight of the big picture.” Mistakes will be made along the way, but over time you will learn to trust each other.

Further details were not announced. If you’re based in Brighton, FuturLab is now hiring to help development on the title.

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