Console players can now start to warm up the engines and prepare to take the wheel and accelerate in the arenas of the post-apocalyptic world of Heavy Metal Machines (HMM), match free-to-play car battle multiplayer with Heavy Metal soundtrack. After the successful launch of the PC game, carried out in more than 70 countries, the Brazilian Hoplon Infotainment has just announced that HMM will be launched on February 23 for Playstation 4 and Xbox one, with compatibility for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S, respectively.
"Throw Heavy Metal Machines for consoles it is the crowning achievement of a work that started there in 2013, when we created the first prototype of the game. By concept, HMM was born with the competitive landscape in mind and it will be great to see console players playing in our tournaments, ”he said. Rodrigo Campos, CEO of Hoplon. “It is worth remembering that HMM will be cross-platform, that is, players will be able to compete online in multiplayer mode with their friends regardless of the platform they are using, regardless of PRAÇA or console ”.
Free-to-play, but not pay-to-win
Just like on the PC, Heavy Metal Machines it will also be free on consoles, and players will be able to purchase cosmetic items such as emotes, sprays, visual effects and skins that do not affect gameplay or help the player win. In addition, you can unlock other free items by increasing your levels in the Metal Pass, the game's progression system, or buy more items in the store with Fame, the game's virtual currency that can only be acquired by playing.
Free packages for console players
To celebrate the console launch, all users of the PlayStation (Sony) and subscribers to Xbox Gold and GamePass Ultimate (Microsoft) will be presented in the first two weeks with exclusive packages that include the season's Battle Pass, characters and other items.
At the PlayStation, all players will have access to the game, requiring no subscription to the PlayStation Plus.
About Heavy Metal Machines
Successful case of the national game industry, Heavy Metal Machines was officially launched in September 2018 at Steam, for PC, in eight languages from more than 70 countries. With a competitive profile and multiplayer matches, the game has a tournament schedule for each season called Metal League, which is played on servers in South America, Europe and North America and has cash prizes.
HMM has tactical and very fast gameplay, in which two teams of four players fight in challenging arenas in order to drop the bomb, the game's main artifact, on the opponent's base. It is possible to create different tactics and teams from 17 characters with unique characteristics, weapons and soundtracks. The game has the English narration of Larry Huffman, famous for dubbing Rock'n Roll Racing, and in Portuguese Detonator of the band Massacration, character of Bruno Sutter.