Lethal League Sequel Announced, Coming Next Year

September 7, 2017 Written by Anthony Nash

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Team Reptile has announced today that Lethal League Blaze, the sequel to the projectile-fighting game Lethal League, is now planned for a release.

You can check out the teaser trailer for the game below:

According to Team Reptile, the game is set to feature a ton of new content, including new characters, game modes, and some extra stuff:

Featuring:

– More Characters

– More Modes

– Improved, high resolution graphics

– A ‘limited animation’ style that achieves the same high speed gameplay of the original Lethal League

– The final boss of the previous game, Doombox, is joining the roster as a full fledged character

– Still no weak shit

For those new to the series, make sure to check out our review of the original game, which Tyler Treese called one of the PlayStation 4’s best multiplayer games:

Lethal League joins the ranks of Rocket League as one of the PlayStation 4’s best multiplayer games. Underneath the simple control scheme lies a highly competitive game with a tremendous amount of depth. It’s a bit disappointing that there’s not a bit more to the package, but there’s enough mutators that players can make their own mode variants in order to entertain themselves. Overall, it’s a frantic game that’ll have you cursing and laughing at friends every time it’s launched.

Lethal League Blaze is set to release on PC and console sometime in 2018.