Break Arts II coming to PS4 in 2021

Battle racing and robot customization game currently available for PC.

Break Arts II

Publisher Playism and developer MercuryStudio will release battle racing and robot customization game Break Arts II for PlayStation 4 in 2021, the companies announced. It will support English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, and Korean language options.

Break Arts II first launched for PC via Steam in February 2018.

Here is an overview of the game, via Playism:

About

“Be artistic, be destructive.”

Faster than anyone. Stronger than anyone. And more stunning. Customize your robot for “cyber battle racing” in a game that offers all the thrills of racing, battle, and customization. Online, Offline, Time-Attack… which mode will you dominate?

With many players clocking over 1,000 hours of play on PC, this endlessly enjoyable title makes its way to PlayStation 4.

Endless Customizations

Assemble your robot from multiple parts each with their own abilities, allowing for unlimited possibilities! There are also parts which unfold, come apart and revolve, so you can make your dream machine!

Key Features

  • Stunning visual design.
  • Unique left / right boost function not found in other racing games.
  • Decide your own podium pose after each victory.
  • Highly recommended for mecha-lovers.

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