Override: Mech City Brawl
|Override: Mech City Brawl|
|The Balance inc.|
|PC, PS4, XBox One|
|4 Dec, 2018|
|Mechs, Action, Fighting|
|Singleplayer and Multiplayer|
|USK 12, ESRB: Rating Pending|
Override: Mech City Brawl is a Mech brawler game created by Modus Games and The Balance inc.. The player can control 16 different, enormous Mechs and fight in arenas modeled after actual cities and countries. Every Mech is coming with special moves and skills and players can use "The Garage" to customize their looks. Players will be able to challenge other players in local and online Versus & Co-Op modes or play a single-player campaign.
Override: Mech City Brawl is currently available on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
Story[edit | edit source]
Mysterious giant monsters have appeared and begun attacking major cities, after afew months one of the Mech League Fighters steps in in a attempt to save japan and after successfully fending off the monsters gets drafted into the UDF Rapid Response Team.
The Mechs[edit | edit source]
The main characters of the game, they were once Mech League Fighters but among the Xenotype Invasion were recruited into the UDF Rapid Response Team to combat the Invasion around the globe.
There are a total of 12 playable Mechs within the base game and an additional 4 Mechs which can either be bought separately, within the season pass or in the Supercharged Mega Edition of the game, they consist of:
- Stardust (DLC)
- Maestro (DLC)
- Bellona (DLC)
- Mirai (DLC)
The Enemies[edit | edit source]
In the games Arcade mode are the main Antagonists the Xenotypes, an army of Kaiju like creatures that invade cities causing mass destruction in swarms, they come in many different forms and subspecies and vary in power.
Later on in the game after defeating either a Berserk Setesh or Watchbot, Infected Mechs will begin to appear which are a form of Mini-Boss in the normal missions that appear randomly and more than one could possibly appear on a mission, every Mech in the game has a Infected Form, nothing changes other than their appearances however.
Modes[edit | edit source]
Override: Mech City Brawl has a variety of modes to choose from which consist of:
Arcade mode[edit | edit source]
This mode sets the player through the story mode of Override, you can play in many different ways thanks to the leverage of options within the mode itself.
Versus Mode[edit | edit source]
Play locally or with friends, comes in 2 modes: Teams and Free For All and has other options to mix up gameplay.
Matchmaking[edit | edit source]
Matchmaking comes in 3 seperate modes: Ranked, 1v1 and Brawl.
Training[edit | edit source]
This mode sets you at the health threshold for your Ultimate Attack however you cannot die in this mode, you can choose enemies to train against and select where you would like to train.
Tutorial[edit | edit source]
Tutorial teaches you the basics of the game by having you play as Watchbot in a match against Vintage.
Garage[edit | edit source]
This acts as the Customization Menu allowing you to equip various skins and accessories for your Mechs.
There is also the options mode to adjust things such as volume and a downloadable content option that takes you to the store for the game where you can purchase the games DLC.
Downloadable Content[edit | edit source]
Override: Mech City Brawl comes with 5 pieces of DLC that can either be purchased via buying separately, buying the Season Pass or buying the Super Charged Mega Edition of the game, they consist of:
Super Charged Skin Pack[edit | edit source]
Price - $8.99
Description - Pick up 16 new skins, one for each mech in your arsenal! Whether blinging out Vintage in neon or dressing Piscado up in traditional Dia de los Muertos garb, Override’s brand-new skin pack will have your mechs decked out like never before.
Stardust[edit | edit source]
Price - $3.99
Description - Grab the unicorn by the horn, a rainbow ruckus is about to go down! Override: Mech City Brawl adds Stardust to its madcap mech lineup. Launching herself in the air, Stardust can send enemies flying, or effervescently slide into a stunning spinning roundhouse. She’s as eloquently treacherous as she is elusive. Hello…she’s a unicorn! Oh, and speaking of skills, she’s got one insane Ultimate hiding up her hooves. Here’s a hint: her horn transforms into a massive drill that bores through opponents. Ouch.
Confident, creative, sassy and free, Stardust can launch a shooting star that bounces around the map until it smacks into another mech. She’s a diva with a chip on her shoulder, and her unruly approach to combat will leave rivals guessing what her next chaotic move will be!
This is one pretty pony you’re gonna want on your team!
Maestro[edit | edit source]
Price - $3.99
Description - Maestro hits the arena, bringing melodic disorder to everything around him. With the ability to summon musical notes that dance around him and unleash various effects, Override’s 2nd mech DLC will have his confident opponents singing a different tune. Piloted by a toymaker who wishes for nothing more than to break away from the monotony of a mundane, digital world, Maestro’s notes can be summoned in different combinations to spark unexpected mayhem. He can cause enemies to overheat and slow down significantly, giving him the upper hand in combat, or use his Ultimate to perform a symphonic beat down!
Bellona[edit | edit source]
Price - $3.99
Description - Welcome Bellona – the Roman goddess of war and Override’s 3rd DLC! Specializing in keeping enemies at a distance, then striking them with ranged precision, Bellona comes equipped with special attacks that make use of piercing blades, a war shield, and an Ultimate that involves god-like lightning based strikes. A Gladiator-inspired mech, Bellona is no stranger to the coliseum and can perform lunge attacks and shield throws, or summon a spinning ring of blades that deal devastating damage. The gods are on her side when she performs her Ultimate: charged spears of lightning which can be thrown or plunged to stun and stagger enemies.
Mirai[edit | edit source]
Price - $3.99
Description - Introducing Mirai – a technologically advanced mech and exceptional close-range fighter. Mirai can hover and fly around the map quickly, but don't expect him to run. The giant, battle-hardened Watchbot from a dystopian future prefers dropping in on enemies and summoning his plasma sword at will in order to execute devastating special attacks and combos. Mirai (meaning ‘future’) has travelled back in time to the present day in hopes of finding the root cause of the battle against xenotypes so that he can stop the disaster before it starts. Prepared to annihilate anyone in his way, Mirai has brought with him a range of abilities which include stunning enemies with electrically charged punches and kicks, using his laser beam to take down opponents from a distance, and performing his Ultimate attack that involves hurling a massive plasma ball at enemies to burn them with the heat of a thousand suns.
Additionally if purchasing the Super Charged Mega Edition it will unlock 12 Legendary tier skins early for the base game Mechs.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Many of the Mech skins are references to popular culture such as Contessa's Raven skin being based around the DC character of the same name or Metageckons Cthulhu skin.
Languages[edit | edit source]
Interface and Subtitles available in:
Requirements[edit | edit source]
- OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 (64-bit Required)
- Processor: Intel Core i5-760 2.8 GHz / AMD Athlon X4 740 3.2 GHz
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 (2 GB VRAM) / AMD Radeon HD 7870 (2 GB VRAM)
- DirectX: Version 11
- Network: Broadband Internet connection
- Storage: 5 GB available space