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Update on RAWMEN (with new trailer): Coming Soon

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Welcome back to Introducing: The article where TBG keep you updated on some of the new and exciting titles on the horizon. RAWMEN was announced back in August and since then the game had tons of juicy new features, revamped visuals, and most importantly – new game modes. Let’s take a look.

 

What is RAWMEN?

RAWMEN is a light-hearted, third person, soup-slinging food fighter. Battle alongside your taste buds (2-8 players), pitting average Joes with a talent for hurling fiery feasts against one another. Compete in various battle modes and challenges that test your pulverizing palate across several locales around the world.

Use the soup to slide around the map Tony Hawk-style, and have dozens of pickups to obliterate the enemy. Game modes range from BROTH BATTLE, CLAIM CHOWDER, MEATBALL, and more.

 

Tell us more!

Meatball Game mode:

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You know what makes a game about ramen better? Meatballs. The new game mode focuses on a giant meatball, and your team’s goal is to throw that meat into the enemy goal. So think Katamari meets Rocket League. Any player can attach oneself to the meatball, and control it around the map.

 

Wall Biscuits:

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We’re spicing up the gameplay with deployable walls, which are great for defending your goal. These break up the chaos of RAWMEN and make it much more tactical. Right now any player has deployable walls on a cooldown.

 

Duck Turret:

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In hindsight, maybe it should’ve been a goose turret. The deployable turret shoots all enemies in its line of sight. You can use your handy pot to block off attacks though. Currently, the duck turret is a rare randomized pickup item.

 

When can we play?

RAWMEN is coming to PC sometime in 2020, and future platform plans will be announced soon.

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