SpiderHeck launches in 2022 for PS5, Xbox Series, PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC

Spiders with laser swords.

SpiderHeck

Publisher tinyBuild and developer Neverjam will release SpiderHeck, a game where spiders battle with laser swords, for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC via Steam in 2022, the companies announced. A beta is available now for PC via Steam.

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

About

SpiderHeck is a fast-paced couch co-op brawler where spiders dance to the death in the grip of chaotic battles using laser swords, grenades and even rocket launchers to defeat their foes.

Challenge yourself by fighting wave after wave of vicious enemies in endless hours of single-player fun, or let the mayhem begin in a dazzling fight against your friends taking on the enemies in player-versus-environment; stab, sling, and scramble your way to victory in this silly spider showdown.

Key Features

  • Single or Multiplayer Player-versus-Environment – Take on the enemies in single-player or local multiplayer chaos for up to four players.
  • Local Multiplayer Player-versus-Player – Duel to the death against your friends to see who will become champion of the SpiderHeck arena.
  • Easy to Pick Up – Simple, intuitive controls that will have you swinging around like the spider swordmaster you are destined to be in no time.
  • Hilarious Physics-Based Combat – Watch in delight as your friends pull off the ultimate parkour feat, before catapulting themselves face-first into the lava.
  • Incredible Acrobatics – Spiders react dynamically to the carnage, resulting in a range of badass and hilariously clumsy moments.
  • Choose Your Weapon – A wide range of weapons to destroy your enemies with.
  • Level Up – Utilize perks to upgrade your gameplay.

Watch the announcement trailer below.

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