Override: Mech City Brawl to Receive Community-Requested Improvements at Launch

After the Closed Beta from this summer, Modus Games received a great deal of feedback concerning the growth of Override: Mech City Brawl. Their latest development update video highlights a great many of these changes. A smoother learning curve will await new and returning players so that all skill levels can enjoy the title. Changes to how zoning, blocking and dashkicks function are coming, which should even out the playing field on the offense and defensive levels.

Characters across the board will also be receiving buffs and nerfs to improve accessibility for newcomers, while still offering a high skill ceiling. That means you won’t have to wake up in a cold sweat worrying about Contessa’s all-too-potent dash invincibility, and can rest easy knowing Pescado’s been hitting the gym to amp up his dropkick and high-flying beatdowns.

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