Hoplon Infotainment has proudly revealed that its free-to-play car combat game, Heavy Metal Machines, will smash onto consoles later this month. In fact, the title is scheduled to release in just several days, with its official launch date being February 23rd, 2021.
Featuring carnage-filled crossplay and multiple, post-apocalyptic arenas, Heavy Metal Machines is something that promotes playing with friends. It also promises lots of different vehicles and weapons to test out and battle with.
About Heavy Metal Machines:
Heavy Metal Machines is tactical and super fast-paced! Two teams of four players battle in challenging arenas for a bomb to deliver to the opponent’s base. Create your best team composition from 17 characters with unique features and weapons. Stay tuned as many more characters, arenas and game modes are coming!
Vehicular combat with MOBA influences.
Free to Play
No PS+ Required to play online*
Cross-Platform (Windows, PS4, Xbox)
Each character (17) has its own original Heavy Metal theme song
Narrated by Larry Huffman, from Rock ’n Roll Racing.
To celebrate the console launch, all PlayStation users as well as Xbox Gold and GamePass Ultimate subscribers will be rewarded, in the first two weeks, with exclusive packages that include the season’s Battle Pass, characters, and other items.
“We’re very excited to bring Heavy Metal Machines to consoles. We’re looking forward to seeing console players join the fray and have people play with friends, no matter what platform they are on.” says Rodrigo Campos, CEO of Hoplon Entertainment.
Please note: Today’s press release states that Xbox Live Gold or Game Pass/Ultimate will be required to play Heavy Metal Machines on Xbox One or Xbox Series.