Featured Nintendo Switch Will Be Getting It’s Own Battle Royale With Cross-Platform Support Advertisement The Battle Royale is becoming more popular by the day and Nintendo Switch users were left out of the fun up until now. Crazy Justice is a project started Black Riddlers studio and their FIG campaign is almost completely funded. Crazy Justice is a third-person shooter game in cel-shaded style with steampunk elements, created by Black Riddles Studio Ltd. and Black Riddles Studio Publishing, Inc. Play as a hero and save the world from the forces of evil! Complete dozens of missions, find new heroes, gather new special weapons and eliminate the steampunk hordes.Advertisement The Nintendo Switch version of the game will support motion control and we should see it released in the second quarter of 2018. Splitscreen Support Crazy Justice has a local splitscreen multiplayer support. Connect an external controller and let’s play with your friends! Cover System All maps contain several high and low covers, where characters are able to hide and shoot the coming enemy. Destructible Environment You can destroy most of the environment and enjoy the destructibility powered by the amazing Unreal Engine 4 and Nvidia Physx! All destructible elements are using our custom codes to replicate the debris in Multiplayer via Amazon AWS server. Custom Skill Deck You can build your own custom skill decks. Win new powerful “Active Skills” which will help you to spawn supports meanwhile “Passive Skills”will increase your character’s abilities and power. The Building System You can build barricades, walls, deploy turrets and create other defense systems in the game based on your skills. Cross-Network Play Crazy Justice supports Cross-Network Play. This means players on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PC will be able to play with players on different online multiplayer networks. Players will always have the option of choosing to play only with the same platform players. GAME MODES SINGLEPLAYER/CO-OP – STORY MODE Delivering an exciting multiplayer with lots of contents is our main priority at the moment, nevertheless we will include an entertaining story mode as a singleplayer where you can immerse yourself in one of the character’s story while you learn the basics of the game (controls, skills, gadgets). Crazy Justice will have Co-op support where you can experience the story with your friend! “RX6 Minion is playing Crazy Justice” MULTIPLAYER As we mentioned before, our main priority at the moment is the multiplayer. In the final version of the game you will be able to use your skills and fight with your character on 5 different maps in 5 different game modes. MULTIPLAYER MODES INTRODUCTIONS Survive the Tesla: In the middle of the map a Tesla Coil will generate a shield above the area. During the gameplay the shield is getting smaller until it reaches the final size. Players out of the shield will die. The last living player will win the round. Survive: The map contains 6 sectors, after a while the system will destroy a randomly selected sector and players who are in that sector have to escape from that area. The player will die if not able to escape during the countdown. At the end only 1 sector will be active and the rest of the players have to fight with eachother on that relative small area. Protect the Tesla: Two teams fight against eachother. Both of them have a Tesla (at the two sides of the map), with a fortress around it. Players with the collected items (wood, metal, special element etc) are able to upgrade the fortress’s defense system, build barricades and traps using their skills. A generator will create RX6 Minions who will attack the enemy’s fortress. That team will won the match which is able to destroy the enemy’s Tesla or caused more damaged during the round.Advertisement Prev postNext post Advertisement Related Topics:Crazy JusticeNintendo Switch Up Next Destiny 2 – PC System Requirements And Launch Times Don't Miss Fortnite Cheaters Sued By Epic For Copyright Infringement Click to comment Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Advertisement Advertisement AdvertisementAdvertisementAdvertisement Trending Featured1 month ago EA Didn’t Change Anything. They Just Postponed Their Money Grab Scheme. Featured4 months ago The Rise and Fall of EA’s Reputation Featured4 months ago Is Game Development Profitable?