Robot Champions is a combat fighting game on Kickstarter for Windows PC, with plans for Linux support. Thanks to developer Prospect Games. The crowdfunding campaign is more than half funded. Doing so in less than a week with 26 days left to go
We’re developing in UE4. Currently, we’re focused on Windows. But want to bring Robot Champions to as many platforms as possible.
We’ve had several people report successfully using Proton to play PC. And that’s what we’re currently recommending to Linux users.
The use of Unreal Engine 4 for Robot Champions is no surprise. But this also makes the use of Proton possible. At least until the native Linux release is available. You can play the pre-alpha demo on Steam right now. Likewise, the game runs great for an Alpha build.
In the year 2064 robot combat has become the ultimate sport. As Roboteers from across the planet build fierce fighters. And then battle in hazard packed arenas for gears and glory.
So welcome to the greatest show on Earth. Get ready to bash, smash, rip and flip your opponents.
Robot Champions live on Kickstarter
Robot Champions is a chaotic local and online arena fighter. Playable for 1 – 6 players.
As a result, gameplay is entirely physics driven. This ensures that players feel every crunch. While their robotic warriors smash the competition. So get ready for fast and frenetic matches.
Likewise, every aspect of Robot Champions‘s design is to be responsive. With impactful gameplay in mind. Allowing Roboteers to enjoy combat from the first round.
Getting into combat is simple. Select your ‘bot, apply perks to modify performance. You can also go crazy with customisation and you’re ready to fight.
Select from a growing list of Flippers, Spinners, Hammers, Grabbers and more.
Competing in Robot Champions will take you from Cairo and Tokyo. All the way to the edge of the Galaxy. Every arena is full of hard hitting hazards to guarantee every fight is explosive.
Prospect Games will be raising a minimum of £30,000. The Kickstarter campaign is due to finish on September 24th. Help fund the development of Robot Champions. Check out the playable an online pre-alpha demo on Steam.
While the game is currently planned for Windows PC only in August 2020. The team is working towards releases on as many platforms as possible. Linux support will be included with the success of Kickstarter.