Bleeding Edge gets a new launch trailer ahead of release on March 24
The bleeding edge of launch trailers.
What you need to know
- Bleeding Edge is the newest game coming out of Ninja Theory.
- It's an action-pack 4v4 brawler with inspiration from games like Overwatch.
- It looks like an incredibly fun game, and it's coming to Xbox and Windows PC's on March 24, 2020.
- It's getting a new launch trailer that shows off the colorful cast of characters and their abilities.
In a world where the "AAA" games get all the spotlight, it's refreshing to see passion project Bleeding Edge from talented developers Ninja Theory make waves. The game is an exciting evolution of the teamwork-based, multiplayer genre that is defined by games like Overwatch. Where Bleeding Edge differs is its focus on crisp and precise melee combat and a very diverse set of characters oozing with personality and charm. The game's new launch trailer sets the mood for the gritty cyberpunk-esque world the game is set in, and shows off a few of the game's playable characters.
Bleeding Edge is only a few days away from launching on Xbox One, Windows 10, and Steam. It's even coming to the Xbox Game Pass day one, further driving home the value that the services offer for gamers. After some successful early preview tests, the game is all some of us at Windows Central can think about. It'll definitely be exciting to see how the game evolves over time, starting with its launch on March 24, 2020. I know I'll be first in line to jump in.
Are you excited for Bleeding Edge? Will you be logging on day one? Let us know in the comments below!
On the edge
Bleeding Edge is a cyborg brawler for teams of four across a variety of game modes and maps. Fans of games like Overwatch and Smite may find themselves right at home in this game, built by Ninja Theory of DmC and Hellblade fame.
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