What you need to know
- Bleeding Edge is an upcoming multiplayer game from Ninja Theory.
- It revolves around third-person melee combat.
- The game got a new developer diary which explains exactly what to expect.
- You can purchase Xbox Game Pass through Amazon (opens in new tab) since it'll be available there at launch.
Bleeding Edge is an upcoming melee multiplayer game from Ninja Theory. While the majority of the team is working on Senua's Saga: Hellblade II, a small team in the studio is developing this title. It looks like a lot of fun and if you're curious about the game, you can participate in the beta taking place in a few days.
Let's say that you aren't the adventurous type, well, you can watch the video below which explains what the game is in great detail. There's a lot to learn by listening to the developers talk about Bleeding Edge.
In Windows Central's preview, Jez Corden wrote, "Even though Bleeding Edge will launch as a 4v4 multiplayer-only experience, the potential is clear for a broader push into Overwatch-like territory with a wider expanse of story building, merchandising, and beyond. Of course, that all depends on how popular, and well, fun the game is when it launches. Judging from what I've played so far, I'm optimistic that it will be."
Are you excited for Bleeding Edge? Will you check it out? Let us know. As with every Xbox Game Studios' title, it'll be part of Xbox Game Pass at launch.
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This looks like a lot of fun. I do really like how if you have Gamepass your automatically in the closed beta. That's the sort of awesomeness Gamepass is showing right now.
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