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Bossgard announced for Switch

Posted on May 14, 2018 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop


Sand Sailor Studio has announced Bossgard, “fast-paced asymmetrical multiplayer game”. It’s coming to Switch along with a few other platforms.

We have the following overview and trailer for Bossgard:

Who’s the boss? Well, it’s finally you! So grab your friends and get ready for the craziest fights in our fast-paced asymmetrical multiplayer game.

The meanest? The baddest? The silliest? Choose from a variety of unique bosses that are yours to command! Strike fear in your enemies as a mighty fortress or keep them on edge as an angry slice of bread, it all depends on how bossy you feel today!

If you’re more of a team player, team up with your friends and fight together as a warband of brave vikings. From the bulkiest to the shortest, the Vikings are going all in. Go toe-to-toe with the Bosses as a Melee warrior or keep your cool and distance as a Ranged hero. Axes, hammers, bows and even bare knuckles will help you drop the pain on the Boss. What’s your weapon of choice?

Spice things up with an array of Whacky arenas. Bass-blasting concert stages, giant deadly espresso machines, choose where you make your stand! Choose carefully though as each environment will test your mettle with themed traps that bring unexpected gameplay variations.

Why Bossgard? Because it’s accessible and straight to the point. No gear, no leveling, no stat calculating, just straight, drop-in, twin-stick boss-fight action. Grab a gamepad, pick a Viking or the Boss and start battling. It’s that simple. And the more the merrier!

– Fight your friends as a mighty Boss or team up and join forces as a warband of brave Vikings
– Discover Whacky arenas that will test you with unexpected traps and gameplay variations
– Overpower the boss by synchronizing your special attacks
– Wreak havoc by unleashing your massive rage fuelled power on the Vikings

After its launch, Bossgard will be updated with new content, including more bosses, vikings, scenes, and modes.

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