AirMech Arena Coming To Xbox One, PS4 In 2015
If you like your AirMech but also like your consoles, then today's a good day for you. Ubisoft and Carbon Games have announced the upcoming launch of AirMech Arena on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in 2015.
The embedded video above is over an hour long, but the key statement comes just a few seconds in: "it's really at home on the controller." Anyone who's played AirMech can tell that its fast action and omnidirectional movement seem like perfect fits for a d-pad, and it's got the potential to be one of the better free-to-play games on consoles.
The game will be free-to-play, though that comes with the obvious caveat of requiring an Xbox LIVE subscription on the Xbox One. With all the F2P games Microsoft is snatching up for its console(s), maybe they'll eventually figure that one out.
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