Brazilian developer Hoplon announced today that its vehicle-centric MOBA Heavy Metal Machines will officially launch on September 19. The free-to-play, post-apocalyptic, 4v4, multiplayer game is already available to download on Steam, or via its own client -- and actually has been for some time.
That said, players, both new and old, can expect a few new things with the official release. At launch, the new progression system, Metal Pass, will be included. This season-based content will offer all players a selection of missions and rewards across 50 different levels, giving them chances to earn new characters, skins, and more. So, get ready everyone, it's time to start earning those ranks.
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