Vertex Pop has announced that their kinetic, fast-paced brawler Super Crush KO has been delayed into early 2020.
“We were hoping to get Super Crush KO out in 2019, but we’ve decided to push it back to ‘Early 2020,'” the developer explained in an update.
“It was a tough decision to make, but as we worked on the game we kept finding more cool stuff to add, polish, and improve upon. Given the extremely positive feedback we’ve received (both online and at conventions) we thought it was worth taking the extra time to make something extra special.”
Set in a vibrant, near-future city, you play as a neon jacket-wearing, robot-punching, stylish-as-heck hero who must save humanity from an AI apocalypse (and your kidnapped kitten at the same time).
The developer has looked to seamlessly blend a close-quarters brawler with the long-range shooter – challenging players to launch enemies into the air to then blast them out of the sky.
With online leaderboards and ranking systems, the experience promises to keep you coming back in an effort to S-Rank every level.
Super Crush KO will release on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch worldwide in early 2020.