ArcheBlade is a multi-player action fighting game in which users take sides and fight against one another. Archeblade is inspired by arcade fighting games and multi-player FPS games, and it provides both the special moves and combos found in an arcade fighting game and the team play and strategy found in an FPS game.
Korean developer CodeBrush Games released its free-to-play action-multiplayer fighting game April 25th, complete with optional DLC for $19.99.
The ArcheBlade team has let us know that the game's official launch date on Steam will take place on April 27th. The launch version will feature five hundred new items to help players "gear up" and a completely overhauled starter experience.
Codebrush Games has announced that ArcheBlade will be coming to Steam in April. No specific date for April has been set, the team has made numerous bug fixes in addition to balance adjustments, combat system and graphical changes in preparation for launch.
MOBA games have shown in the past to be evolving creatures. Any idea can be a good idea with the MOBA genre, it seems. Even with the market becoming inundated with titles, it will all eventually stabilize and the best ideas will prosper and evolve. Archeblade attempts to introduce a new concept, an arena where players are the deciding factor. Throwing in a third-person view and flashy visuals and the whole product sounds pretty good... on paper.
Codebrush Games has announced that the latest ArcheBlade patch has been applied to the game. The update brings a new skin for Hyde that gives him a "hitman" style look.