The Super Mech League is tuning up the original Override’s gigantic robot fighting action with an all-new emphasis on competitive play and multiplayer depth. Today, let’s take a look at some of these enhanced multiplayer features.
It’s time to take your skills as a mech pilot to the big leagues, or in this case, the Mech Leagues. Start as a new pilot and work your way up the rankings through competitive one-on-one rumbles. You’ll earn increased rewards, recognition, and bragging rights as you soar to the top of the leaderboards. Align yourself with a club to earn reputation and influence for your faction by brawling in various match types in Career Mode.
st Override captured the pure essence of controlling a gigantic mech and leveling cities. In Override 2, punches, kicks, and ultimate attacks all have an improved weight and impact to them. Battles will take place in arenas located around the globe, all including unique interactable environmental hazards. Inside these arenas, we’re really striving to amp-up the intensity with quicker and more intense battles.
Override 2 features a number of returning match types including 1v1 ranked, 2v2 matches, free for all battles up to 4 players. Additionally, Versus Mode allows more flexibility with custom setting adjustments like toggling weapon spawns, enabling team battles, and adding health multipliers. Outside of climbing through the ranks, you can play locally and online with up to four players in modes like King of Hill to control a point on the map or fight off the surviving waves of Xenomechs with a friend in Xenoswarm.
Override 2: Super Mech League features a roster of 20 mechs at launch with gear-smashing abilities and stylish finishers. Override 2: Super Mech League is available this December on Xbox One and Xbox Series X.