The second DLC character for Nexon's fighting game is now available on all platforms and seeks victory through any means necessary.
The fighting game's next DLC character has strong comeback potential against any opponent. He goes live on September 14th.
The Fighter subclass brings his bag of tricks and dangerous tools, from chains to Venom Mines to Season Pass owners next week.
With "by any means necessary" as his motto, Brawler uses explosive barrels, a net, chains and Venom Mine to overwhelm opponents.
The rough-and-tumble fighter likes to fight dirty and use every trick in the book to win. A release date hasn't been announced.
RoboCop: Rogue City is seeing yet another delay. This time, however, the game also has a solid November 2 release date.
The medieval fantasy multiplayer title sees two teams of 16 players battling it out across different maps and modes. It's releasing first on PC.
Nexon's free-to-play looter shooter RPG will get a cross-play beta next month, ahead of a full launch this Fall.
Bunny is described as the looter shooter's fastest character, and will be playable in the upcoming cross-play beta.
Originally set for later this month, the free-to-play co-op looter shooter's beta will now run from September 19 to 25.
The update also adds new gameplay mechanics like Indomitable Spirit and Cube Select while updating the opening cinematic.
The first DLC character for the floundering fighter arrives on July 12th for PS4, PS5, PC and Nintendo Switch as part of the Season Pass.
The Season Pass's first DLC character is finally out next week, alongside the Indomitable Spirit and Cube Select systems.
First announced in December 2022, Spectre finally joins the roster next month. The new Awakening system will also go live.
Spectre offers high mobility and long-range damage with Iai Slash, while the Awakening System grants new skills under certain conditions.
The beta will add two new characters, Valby and Kyle, cosmetic customization, a grappling hook, and new solo and co-op missions.
Nexon's upcoming free-to-play fantasy PvP brawler will be playable for free as part of Steam Next Fest later this month.
Players will venture into the post-apocalyptic ruins to scavenge for supplies, battling ARC machines and potentially other Raiders.
LawBreakers director Cliff Bleszinski has seemingly expressed interest in being involved with a potential revival of the shooter.
The Dungeon Fighter Online spin-off is finally available on Nintendo's console sans rollback netcode and crossplay support.