Rumbleverse will add new duos and playground modes when it returns this week

Rumbleverse, the professional wrestling battle royale game, had some issues during development. It was indefinitely delayed earlier this year, but thankfully its release date is fast approaching now. Rumbleverse will launch this week and will arrive with two new modes.

As detailed on the PlayStation Blog, Rumbleverse will offer Duos and Playground modes at launch – Solo was the only thing available during playtest sessions. Duos mode starts each pair of players with less health than in Solos and only eight slots for stats. If your teammate goes down, you have 30 seconds to revive them. This time decreases every time they go down, but if you activate Superstar mode, you’ll revive them twice as fast. There’s no Superstar Comeback available in Duos, but if your opponent is actually eliminated you’ll get a health boost and more stat slots to make up for some of the loss.

Playground mode, on the other hand, completely removes the competitive aspect and lets you freely explore the map of Grapital City. Tutorials are scattered throughout the city, and there are practice robots to try out techniques before jumping into a real match. All of the game’s items will also be available in the Gear Zone, so Playground mode seems like a great way to understand the game without pressure. You can also explore the whole city in co-op mode.

Rumbleverse launches this week: It’s coming Thursday, August 11th for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC. Season One begins one week after launch day, on August 18th. There will be a Battle Pass, of course, and it will cost you 1,000 Brawla Bills – an in-game currency that you can also purchase with real money. Completing the entire pass actually grants you 1,500 Brawla Bills. So, theoretically, you could spend money once and earn enough to snag the season 2 pass using just in-game currency. Rumbleverse will add new duos and playground modes when it returns this week

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