Real Steel Heads Back To The Ring For World Robot Boxing
The sequel to the popular brawler arrives next week.
Ever since it debuted on mobile a couple of years ago, Real Steel, a free-to-play iOS boxing game, scored 10 million downloads and counting. It doesn't hurt to have a motion picture with Hugh Jackman as a tie-in, but the quality fighting speaks for itself.
This week, the robots return to the ring for a sequel, Real Steel: World Robot Boxing, or WRB for short. The game features updated visuals, bigger fights and a mixture of favorite characters from the original, along with new contenders. Four modes will be available for your brawling needs, including a head-to-head multiplayer mode, where you can send your friends' robot parts flying.
The game will release on October 3rd. While pricing hasn't been revealed yet, it's expected to be free-to-play.