Brawlhalla Early Access Sign-Ups Go Live For Xbox One, Nintendo Switch
Brawlhalla Nintendo Switch

Blue Mammoth Games announced that early access beta sign-ups for Brawlhalla have gone live for the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch ahead of the official release on November 6th. You can sign-up right now by visiting the official Brawhalla website.

Go Nintendo spotted the news over on the official website, where there are portals for Nintendo Switch and Xbox One where you can sign-up depending on your console preference.

This is early access ahead of the November 6th launch next month, where both consoles will receive the full version of Brawlhalla. Once you sign-up you’ll receive a confirmation e-mail and if you’ve been selected to participate in the early access, you can then hop into the game and start playing early.

You will need Xbox Live Gold if you want to play the game on the Xbox One, but you can skate by with an Xbox Live Silver account if you want to play the offline modes.

Nintendo Switch owners can play the early access online without requiring the premium version of the Nintendo Network.

So you can download and play the game without having to pay a dime, opposite of the Xbox One.

It’s becoming very clear that the master console this generation really is the Nintendo Switch.

As for Brawlhalla, the game originally came out on PC way back in 2015. The game went through an arduous development process in which Blue Mammoth worked on improving the overall gameplay, adding additional characters, and optimizing the performance.

The game is basically Super Smash Bros for non-Nintendo devices… well, in this case it’s also coming to the Nintendo Switch.

The game sports eight-player battles both in online modes and four-player in offline local multiplayer. You’ll duke it out in side-scrolling bouts where in either free-for-all, team-based, or tournament modes.

You can look for the full game to release on the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch starting November 6th next month.


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