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Area 35 has shared full details on its new DLC for Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble. In addition to Caesar’s Rescue, which features a collaboration with Wargroove, players will be able to get their hands on the paid campaign DLC Will of the Shogun.

Here’s the full rundown:

Both Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble and Wargroove are games that are heavily inspired by the Advance Wars series. As such, it’s perhaps not a huge surprise to see a collaboration between the two of them. DELiGHTWORKS, the Japanese publisher of Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble announced today that Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble would be getting Wargroove collaboration DLC. There will be a free DLC map available to everyone  which sees you use Wargroove’s Caesar as your commander. There will also be paid DLC called “Will of the Shogun” that features a total of 39 maps. It will be priced at 400 Yen in Japan. Both the free and the paid DLC maps will be available on March 12.

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Limited Run Games has announced Tiny Metal Ultimate, a physical compilation of Tiny Metal and Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble.

Pre-orders open on March 13 at 7 AM PT / 10 AM ET. You’ll be able to reserve a copy through Limited Run Games’ website.

Tiny Metal and Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble are currently available on the Switch eShop.

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Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble has been updated on Switch. Version 1.0.9 includes system changes, bug fixes, and more.

Below are the full patch notes:

Yesterday, the full version of Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble landed on the Switch eShop. Have a look at some footage below.

To promote the new release, Area 35 has readied a launch trailer for Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble. Have a look at the video below.

New footage has emerged for the demo of Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble on the Switch eShop. Take a look at the gameplay below.

The turn-based strategy wargame Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble will launch for Switch on July 11, developer Area 35 announced today. A demo will be made available a few days prior on July 8, which features three campaign maps and two skirmish battlefields.

Area 35 has shared the following overview and new trailer for Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble:

Area 35 announced today that it is moving forward with the Tiny Metal IP with Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble. The turn-based strategy wargame launches on Switch this spring.

Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble promises “bigger, better, and more metal content.” Players can expect a “new engrossing wartime narrative and beloved tactical gameplay” thanks to plenty of skirmish maps, bonus challenge conditions, a new protagonist, and more. We have some additional details about the project below, along with the debut trailer.

Update (3/30): Area 35 has now confirmed that the multiplayer mode will be playable to the public at PAX East. You can try out the new feature at the Unties booth at 10011. Some elements from the demo will only be shown to the press.


Original (3/26): Area 35 previously announced that Tiny Metal would be getting multiplayer functionality. Today, the studio confirmed that the feature will be added as a free update sometime in May.

Tiny Metal’s multiplayer mode will be shown off for the first time at PAX East. It won’t be available to the public, but press will be able to go hands-on – so we should have details soon.

Source: Area 35 PR