PSVR Arena Brawler ‘Megalith’ Heads into Open Beta Today, Gameplay Trailer Here


Megalith, a first-person arena brawler from Disruptive Games, is slated to arrive on PSVR on January 8th, 2019. Both pre-order availability and a free trial are landing on the PlayStation Store today, November 13th.

Update (November 12th, 2018): On top of releasing a slick new gameplay trailer, Disruptive Games speaks a little more about what to expect for Megalith in a PS blogpost, specifically detailing what Titans you’ll be able to play during the multi-week open beta. Players who haven’t pre-ordered will have access to two random Titans per week, while players who have pre-ordered will have access to all five immediately and a few other goodies including ‘Epic’ skins for each of the starting five Titans when the game releases.

The original article explaining the game’s core concepts follows below the Titans’ character sheets:

Original Article (October 10th, 2018): We went hands-on with Megalith back at this year’s E3, and the two matches we played showed some real potential for fun, fast-paced co-op brawling. Like most MOBAs (multiplayer online battle arena), it’s a classic rush to attack the other team’s base, send out and direct tiny armies of soldiers, and destroy dangerous towers along the way.

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Disruptive Games, a studio founded by Insomniac Game alumni,  has their work cut out for them in making sure each character is correctly balanced, as you can choose from several ‘Titans’, each with their own unique abilities, power, and locomotion speeds.

Digital pre-order of the game will unlock all Titans available during the trial, exclusive skins and an Avatar pack for each of the starting five Titans, and one additional DLC Titan included at launch.

There’s no word on when/if other platforms will see support.

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  • 3872Orcs

    This got me thinking about Giants: Citizen Kabuto if anyone remember that game :D

  • Lucidfeuer

    oVRwatch. Looks good.