Wolfstride Gameplay Revealed and Demo Announced

Get a hands-on with mecha brawler combat in Wolfstride on June 16 during Steam Next Fest

One year after announcing Wolfstride at the inaugural Guerilla Collective, developer OTA IMON Studios and publisher Raw Fury have revealed the game’s combat system in a new trailer, with a demo to come at Steam Next Fest on Wednesday, June 16.  The new demo takes you to the arena to test both your skills and your strength in two replayable matchups, upgrading your mecha COWBOY between each turn-based battle.

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Wolfstride is a role-playing game about three former partners in crime facing a turning point.

When they inherit a legendary mecha called COWBOY they reunite to find a new path together as a team in the most popular sport on the planet, GIANT MECHA BATTLES. They arrive at the worldwide championships with their fate and the future of the world hanging in the balance.

Wishlist the game and download the demo on June 16 here

Each member lends their unique experience to the team. Outwit the best mecha opponents from around the world in turn-based combat. Repair and upgrade COWBOY between matches to gain a strategic advantage, and explore the city and take odd jobs to earn the cash to pay for it all.

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About OTA IMON Studios

OTA IMON Studios is a small indie collective from Brazil. We’ve put together devs from all around the country to create amazing gaming experiences.

About Raw Fury

Raw Fury is a boutique indie (un)publisher founded in 2015 by Jonas Antonsson, Gordon Van Dyke, and David Martinez. We don’t care about genres or mechanics. We care about experiences and emotions. We want to help developers make magic.

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Official Site: RawFury.com

Jim Smale

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