Smash Legends is a multiplayer arena brawler on mobile and PC that promises a variety of colorful modes


Who’s ready to PvP against others for things like higher fruit totals, point captures, or simply being the last cute little thing standing? Then you’re ready for Smash Legends, a multiplayer arena brawler that’s headed for a soft launch on mobile and Steam Early Access on PC sometime in the first quarter of this year.

Smash Legends’ publisher LINE Games and developer 5minlab Co., Ltd. touts easy to understand controls and various playful modes as draws to the game, with 2v2 or 3v3 battles where players have to avoid being knocked out of the arena, an eight-player battle royale mode, and a four-player free-for-all Harvest Mode where players fight each other to collect the most randomly spawning fruits in the arena, all of which play out in three minute-long matches. A total of six game modes are planned when Smash Legends makes its way to early access, and there will be cross-platform play between iOS, Android, and PC players.

Smash Legends doesn’t have an official website right now, but it does have a Facebook page, a Discord server, a recently opened Twitter account, and a YouTube channel, which incidentally offers a look at the recently released Harvest Mode that we’ve embedded below.

source: press release
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