Thursday, July 14, 2022
Developer Iron Galaxy has announced that Rumbleverse, its free-to-play 40-player ‘brawler royale’ game, will be arriving this August, having been delayed out of its February release window back in January.
Rumbleverse has been playable via various network tests, helping Iron Galaxy to “calibrate the cannon on the Battle Barge”, which means the game will be skipping Early Access and launch in full next month. “The wait is almost over! Thank you for coming along on this journey with us, so far,” the developer enthused. “We can’t wait to see you officially begin your career as a Rumbler."
Rumbleverse will go live for Xbox, PlayStation, and PC on 11th August with Duos mode, while the game's Season One will commence from 18th August, offering a Battle Pass with rewards to add to your Locker Room. You can see what awaits in ‘Grapital City’ when Rumbleverse launches, in the new trailer below.