Pilot A Giant Mech With Your Friends In Override: Mech City Brawl


There is a co-op party mode in Override: Mech City Brawl wherein you and up to three other friends can all pilot the same robot, with each of you in charge of a different part. Based on that alone I am already game to play and rushing to sign up for the closed beta.

Which means someone else here at Too Much Gaming will have to write an objective and unbiased review. That being said, that’s not the only way to play Override: Mech City Brawl. When it releases, it’ll feature a single-player campaign and versus modes in which you and up to four combatants square off in epic city-wrecking battles.

According to the press release sent to us, these fights will take place in a variety of real world locations such as Tokyo, San Francisco, Egypt and more. Honestly, I can’t really vouch for the accuracy of those maps, but as far as I can tell they’re as much “real” in as much as Overwatch’s Dorado is “real,” which is to say kinda.

Still, the game looks pretty sweet and based on the trailer alone, you’d have to be pretty dead inside to not recognize the appeal. The Balance Inc. and Modus Games announced that the game will be launching on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on December 4.

For now, you can sign up for the closed beta at the official Override website, which will be happening between August 10-12.