Lethal League Blaze, the sequel to 2014’s surprise sports-fighter hybrid hit Lethal League, is just around the corner. If there was any concern about the style or speed of Lethal League carrying over to 3D, developers Team Reptile just laid those fears to rest in the simplest way possible: letting the game speak for itself in the hands of the community:
If you’ve followed Lethal League competitive play at all, you’ll recognize the player names of Saxxy and Nobody from various events. In addition to being an excellent demonstration of the PC version’s online play, this is also a first competitive look at new characters Nitro and Doombox — the later of which was the original Lethal League‘s end boss.
Lethal League Blaze will arrive on the Steam platform on October 24th, and on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in Spring 2019.
Source: Team Reptile