Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble announced for Switch
Posted on March 14, 2019 by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop
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.
Full Metal Rumble cranks things up a notch from the original Tiny Metal, offering 77 skirmish maps, 21 of which are available for intense multiplayer showdowns. An expanded army fields more than 23-unit types, with additional Hero and Commander units, to lead into battle across 39 campaign missions. The addition of bonus challenge conditions on every map encourages commanders to fight for goals outside of the main objective. Four new difficulty modes enable veterans and recruits alike to find thrills in the heat of battle
Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble follows a familiar face but new protagonist, the fiercely independent leader of the White Fangs, Commander Wolfram. Search for her brother and stage defenses on multiple fronts against the Dinoldans to stop their excavation of dangerous, ancient technology and restore peace to a land ravaged by the horrors of war.
AREA 35, Inc. has crafted an engaging world with rich history, adding intrigue to every firefight. The writing talent of Hirotaka Inaba (I Am Setsuna) and composing genius of Tomoki Miyoshi (I Am Setsuna, Lost Sphear, STEINS;GATE) bring the characters, world, and action to vibrant life.
Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble will be playable for the first time at GDC 2019 between March 18 and March 22, followed by PAX East 2019 between March 28 and March 31 in booth #21103. The game will release in North America and Europe with English text and audio localization.
Source: Area 35 PR