Bleeding Edge By Ninja Theory Revealed At Xbox E3 Showcase (VIDEO)
It’s been a while since Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice studio Ninja Theory has been on the development scene, an idea fans became increasingly curious about following their notable acquisition by Microsoft just last year. What would be the next project made under the Xbox umbrella? It appears E3 2019 has provided the answer, as the developer has revealed a wild new competitive shooter called Bleeding Edge.
Revealed at the big Xbox showcase, Ninja Theory showed off Bleeding Edge with a fittingly stylish reveal trailer, it running down the game’s various characters and establishing it’s core 4v4 gameplay. Among the many mechanically-enhanced heroes, nearly every name immediately makes themselves memorable such as the voluptuous violence of Buttercup, the face-melting metal of Nidhoggr and the transforming mech skills of Gizmo. Check out the trailer below alongside an official description from Ninja Theory.
From the studio behind DmC: Devil May Cry and Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice comes Bleeding Edge, a fast and frenetic 4v4 team brawler where every fighter comes mechanically enhanced for mayhem!
Choose your fighter and join a team of super-charged renegades from the edges of society: burn rubber as bold and beautiful Buttercup with her detachable sawblade arms, tear it up as Black Metal rocker Niđhöggr with his electrifying guitar solos, or slash up the streets as New York’s most wanted ninja, Daemon.
Come. Join us. The cybernetic clash of the century is about to begin!”
Bleeding Edge is set to have its first technical alpha for PC and Xbox One on June 27th.
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