Multiplayer arena fighting game Mighty Fight Federation announced for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC

Steam Early Access version due out in Q4 2019.

Mighty Fight Federation

Toronto-based developer Komi Games has announced multiplayer arena fighting game Mighty Fight Federation for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC. It will launch in Steam Early Access in Q4 2019, before launching for all platforms in Q2 2020.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

Mighty Fight Federation is a multiplayer arena fighter with a focus on fighting game fundamentals. Slam your enemies into walls, launch them into the air and follow up with fast, high-flying attacks. Choose from 11 fighters, each with unique play-styles and deep combo opportunities.

Story

In the vast reaches of space there lies a being of incredible cosmic power known only as Hyperion. Wielding the ability to bend reality to his will, he has collected the hypest warriors from across the multiverse. His goal? To pit them against each other in the universe’s most electrifying pay-per-view event: The Mighty Fight Federation!

Gameplay

Mighty Fight Federation is a throwback to classic 3D arena fighters, but with a focus on fighting game fundamentals. Select from a roster of characters each with distinct and deep combo opportunities. Use the game’s Hype mechanics to zone, evade, counter and play mind-games with your opponents. Mighty Fight Federation combines the old with the new in a fresh competitive twist on the party-fighter genre.

  • Hype Energy – Dealing and receiving damage builds up Hype Energy. This two-tiered resource can be spent on Breakers, Hype Cancels or activating Hype Factor.
  • Breakers – From hitstun or knock-back, you can spend one bar of Hype Energy on a Breaker to immediately reverse your opponent’s combo and put them into a knock-back state. Time it just right and you’ll get a free Red Breaker.
  • Hype Cancels – During an attack you can spend one bar to Hype Cancel out of it. This lets you create combos from moves that wouldn’t otherwise link, or escape from dangerous situations.
  • Hype Factor – Spend both bars of Hype Energy to activate Hype Factor. During this mode, you won’t build any Hype but for a short time your damage output and speed will be increased and you’ll slowly regain lost health.
  • Hype Attacks – Once per match, at any time, you can throw out a devastating Hype Attack. Use these to punish an opponent who’s put themselves in a precarious position. Every character has a different Hype Attack with different use cases.

Key Features

  • Multiplayer Mayhem – Battle with up to four players locally and online.
  • Play By Yourself – Learn the truth behind Hyperion’s plans in Story Mode, experience “what if” endings in Arcade Mode, and get good with character-specific tutorials and Training Mode.
  • Choose your Character – Pick from a roster of 11 outlandish characters with unique play-styles. Place traps, throw explosive projectiles and charge in with rush-down combos. Find the style that fits the way you play
  • Fight or Flight – Build energy to spend on combo Breakers or spend it all on a Hype Factor activation that can turn the tide of battle. The right choice can make all the difference.
  • The Hypest Soundtrack – A killer soundtrack featuring music by Tee Lopes (Sonic Mania), James Landino (RWBY, No Straight Roads), Vince DiCola (Rocky IV, Transformers) and Manami Matsumae (Mega Man, Shovel Knight).

Watch the announcement trailer below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery. Visit the official website here.

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