What you need to know
- Bleeding Edge is a melee combat game from Ninja Theory.
- It's out of Xbox One and PC.
- It just joined Project xCloud game streaming on Android.
- You can play it through Xbox Game Pass (opens in new tab).
Bleeding Edge is a multiplayer game that focuses on melee combat. There are a lot of quirky characters to choose from who have their own unique playstyles. Since we're all quarantining, maybe another family member wants to use the TV to watch a show or movie. In that case, you'll be happy to know that Bleeding Edge is joining Project xCloud on Android today.
Today #BleedingEdge joins the #ProjectxCloud preview on Android! 🎊 TEAM UP and CAUSE CHAOS on your mobile devices via the CLOUD! ☁️🎮
More details on Project xCloud here: https://t.co/d1J3UnfA2I pic.twitter.com/44YMukofwnToday #BleedingEdge joins the #ProjectxCloud preview on Android! 🎊 TEAM UP and CAUSE CHAOS on your mobile devices via the CLOUD! ☁️🎮
More details on Project xCloud here: https://t.co/d1J3UnfA2I pic.twitter.com/44YMukofwn— Bleeding Edge (@BleedingEdgeNT) April 2, 2020April 2, 2020
Project xCloud is currently in the free public testing phase. It's unclear when it's supposed to launch, but we think it'll launch alongside the Xbox Series X. No details about pricing or which games will be available are known at this time.
Grab your team and tear it up in Bleeding Edge, an electrifying online brawler where every fighter comes mechanically enhanced for mayhem! Choose your fighter from a diverse cast of colorful characters from the edges of society: burn rubber as bold and beautiful Buttercup with her detachable saw blade arms, wreak havoc as Black-Metal rocker Niđhöggr with his electrifying guitar solos or slash up the streets as Daemon, New York's most wanted assassin.
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Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.
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