Fatshark & Toadman Interactive Releases New Gameplay Trailer for Bloodsports.TV


Independent developer Fatshark in collaboration with Indie team Toadman Interactive, released a new gameplay trailer today, highlighting the vicious and strategic co-op action of Bloodsports.TV. Set to launchMonday, March 30th on Steam (PC), Bloodsports.TV puts players in an arena style battleground where players must control their deadly Gladiators and work together to achieve rewards and battle glory. Players can pre-purchase Now and receive an extra copy of the game to send to a friend (does not apply to 5-pack purchases) and additionally, all owners of Krater on Steam will receive an additional 10% off during Pre-Purchase.

To pre-order Bloodsports.TV visit: http://store.steampowered.com/app/336420/http://store.steampowered.com/app/336420/


Bloodsports.TV takes place in a Gladiator style arena set in a ravaged post-apocalyptic Stockholm, that’s been feeling the effects of nuclear detonations, kinectic impacts, bio-weapon plagues and all-consuming nano storms. Combatants battle an endless onslaught of angry villagers, mutants and animals to the sound of a quirky commentator, who provides a minute by minute commentary to the vicious, bloody entertainment, in this fast-paced approach to strategic co-op games.


Team up with your friends to form a murderous crew and choose from a wide variety of deadly Gladiators, each with their own unique abilities and play style. Work together to shoot, smash, stomp, electrocute, drain, and melt your enemies. Or support your fellow Gladiators through healing and buffing up their skills! Find your own strategies in the Bloodsports arena to become an increasingly infamous and prestigious Gladiator in the world of Krater. Achieve higher scores and climb global leaderboards with your friends to become the greatest crew of Gladiators in the world.

Visit the website: www.bloodsports.tv

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!