And there’s a demonstration offered now.
As if one retro-inspired 64-player fight royale adjustment wasn’t enough for Stadia users to be proceeding with, a second will quickly be making its method to the streaming service in the kind of Pac-Man Mega Tunnel Battle – and there’s a demonstration offered now.
Developed by Bandai Namco and Heavy Iron Studios, Pac-Man Mega Tunnel Battle is a 64-player fight royale experience in which chomp-mouthed individuals try to be the last Pac-Man standing throughout 64 vibrantly themed, interconnected labyrinths.
“Invade other gamers’ labyrinths, consume their dots and power ups – even other gamers! – and control the labyrinths!”, is how Google pitches the brand-new multiplayer adjustment in its announcement post, “But look out: audiences can vote on power-ups that can trigger you – or your challengers! – to discover the field and be gotten rid of from fight!”.
Pac-Man Mega Tunnel Battle will include 2 unique modes of play, brand-new power-ups, plus numerous cosmetic choices for those excited to customise their Pac-People – and a minimum of a few of those things show up in the rather catchily soundtracked announcement trailer above.
Mega Tunnel Battle is among those “very first on Stadia” offers, and will sign up with the service on 17th November, costing $19.99 USD (around £15). However, those excited to attempt prior to they purchase remain in luck, thanks to a brand-new limited-time demonstration, offered today till 27th October.
The demonstration becomes part of a three-day Stadia occasion which will see 2 more limited-time demonstrations being provided to gamers. From tomorrow, 21st October, Stadia users can take Amplitude Studios’ interesting historic 4X effort Humankind for a spin, and there’s an Immortals Fenyx Rising demonstration concerning the streaming service on Thursday, 22nd October.