Garrison: Archangel is a fast-paced, customizable, fighting mecha game designed specifically around 1-vs-1 fights and multiplayer team battles. As of now, the mecha game has reached alpha v01.47 and can be downloaded right now for PC.
The most recent Alpha version of Garrison: Archangel has been posted. The new version changes the Boost System, updates various sound files, fixes Duel Round transitions, and removes Spectate Debug mode. You can download the latest version of Garrison: Archangel by hitting up indigogaming.itch.io.
If you happen to be new to this game and have no ideal what the above means, two Giphy YouTube GIFs lie below for you to look over, followed by Garrison: Archangel’s official description.
“Garrison: Archangel is a fast-paced, customizable, mecha fighting game designed for one-on-one and multiplayer team battles. The game features deep mech customization in which you get to choose from a multitude of weapons, attachments and mecha frame parts to make the best mech for you.”
To celebrate the latest version known as alpha v0.1.47, the devs started up a little thing called Friday Fight Night. The event features two veterans who face-off in a 1-vs-1 match up, which features the chivalrous arena knight, Xortdux and the no-nonsense warrior, Hailhound. The new video captures the two stalwart fighters brawling in a themed Eagle Aerospace Vindicator cannon system, as seen below.
As of course, camera work and other special effects will be addressed as the game continues through its alpha/beta stages, but for now the small dev team is taking one step at a time in fixing up the mecha project known as Garrison: Archangel.
If this game seems like something worth following you can learn more by heading on over to its main website, which receives updates every so often.