Mechstermination Force coming to PC on May 22

A platforming boss rush against massive mechs.

Mechstermination Force

Publisher Flyhigh Works and developer Horberg Productions will release Mechstermination Force for PC via Steam on May 22.

Horberg Productions founder Bertil Horbeg told Gematsu that PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game are also underway, but will not launch alongside the PC version.

Mechstermination Force first launched for Switch via the Nintendo eShop in April 2019.

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

Battle against massive bosses, jump and climb onto them to find their weak spots, and blow them to kingdom come in this action-packed platforming boss rush from the creator of the Gunman Clive series.

When the MegaMechs have taken control of the world, one small group of brave soldiers is still fighting for humanity’s independence. Join them and lead the charge against the mechanical menace.

Get powerful weapons and upgrades! Use the Magnet Gloves to climb on top of robots the size of Skyscrapers, double jump over pools of lava with the Boost Boots, and use your trusty baseball bat to smash the MegaMechs energy cores.

Take on the massive bosses alone or together with a friend in local co-op.

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