Blue Mammoth Games and Ubisoft have announced that Brawlhalla will get an Avatar: The Last Airbender crossover event on November 16, debuting three new fighters - Aang, Toph, and Zuko - from the franchise. These iconic characters will release alongside a new Avatar-themed map, Momo emote, and Appa Sidekick.
Aang, Toph, and Zuko will have their original look in-game. Their fighting style more-or-less is the same but gets the Brawlhalla treatment to fit the game.
Aang will wield Gauntlets and a Spear shaped after his signature staff. Moreover, he can use the four elements: air, water, earth, and fire - which seem to work differently depending on the weapon - and can enter the Avatar State as his signature move. The blind and sassy Earthbender of Team Avatar, Toph, will use Gauntlets and a Hammer in battle. Zuko will sport a Spear and Sword and can transform into the mysterious Blue Spirit as his signature move.
After the Avatar: The Last Airbender patch, Brawlhalla will get an update that adds a new weapon, Battle Boots, in December.
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