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Mecha BREAK brings 6 on 6 mechanized action, with August beta

You might’ve seen Mecha BREAK at the Xbox Games Showcase, but you’ll be able to try its high-octane action title soon, in a closed beta.


One of the impressive-looking surprises at Microsoft’s Showcase last weekend, Mecha BREAK is a multiplayer shooter, that lets players don massive suits of armor. Just like in countless anime, these battle suits can go airborne or engage foes in relentless ground-based action. From the looks of the title in action, fights are going to get pretty wild, with plenty of ordinance flying through the air and filling players’ screens.

Here’s a look:

Mecha BREAK features customizable mechs, player-created mech pilots, a wide array of mech and weapon types, and three distinct game modes where you can discover an array of attacker, brawler, defender, sniper, and support mechs each with unique playstyles and toolsets. 

Packed with hi-tech mechs and fast-paced battles, Mecha BREAK puts players in the pilot seat of their own customized mechs as they dive into a clash of steel and plasma unlike any other. After multiple successful closed betas, a larger group of players will be able to pilot their very own mechs this August. Players can suit up alongside a squad of three to six allies in the 3v3 Arena or 6v6 Battlefield game modes, or dive headfirst into the up to 60-player PvEvP mode.

Amazing Seasun Games press release

Before the title actually hits full retail, which will be some time in 2025, Amazing Seasun Games is planning a little closed beta test. That test will be coming up later this summer, opening up in August for both the Xbox Series X|S and the PC.

Unfortunately there isn’t a ton of information on exactly which days that’ll be happening, or when the sign-up period will be kicking off. Remember, this is a ‘closed’ beta, so you’ll have to get yourself on board ahead of time. Presumably. Amazing Seasun Games says that prospective players can keep ump to date though, by following them via “X (Twitter)InstagramFacebook,” and the “official Mecha BREAK website“.

Also, if you do end up missing the closed version, the developer says that there’ll be another one, “available to all players globally on Steam and consoles at a later date.” So stay tuned.

About Jason Micciche

Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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