Lethal League Blaze, a sequel to projectile-based fighting game Lethal League, will have up to four players controlling colorful, oddball characters as they knock a shot back and forth between one another, trying to be the last person to get clobbered.
Lethal League Blaze’s developers are only offering a handful of details and character screenshots to detail what they intend to do with the sequel. They mention that the game will feature online multiplayer for up to four players, and that there will be multiple modes that look to preserve the high speed play of the original. Also, the final boss of Lethal League, Doombox, will be joining the new title as a fully playable character.
Lethal League blaze is projected to release sometime in 2018, with interested players able to join into the game’s Discord to connect with each other in the meantime.