Warner Bros. Games, Spin Master, and WayForward have released the launch trailer for Bakugan: Champions of Vestroia. The upcoming action role-playing video game will debut exclusively on the Nintendo Switch on November 3, 2020.
Bakugan: Champions of Vestroia is based on the highly-popular Bakugan franchise (which includes toys, cards, anime, and more). The upcoming game will feature an original story, allowing fans to enjoy the fictional world in a new way.
Announced in July of this year, this title has been published by Warner Bros. Games, produced by Spin Master, and developed by WayForward.
The official description reads:
The Bakugan: Champions of Vestroia video game will take players on a journey where they befriend powerful Bakugan and customize teams for fiercely strategic head-to-head battles. The game features a fully navigable 3D world divided into different districts each with dedicated battle arenas. Players can interact with other characters, go on quests, and explore with their Bakugan friends.
This game has been designed to be accessible for players of all ages and skill levels. Of course, advanced players are encouraged to explore the depth of the unique combat system. Brawling skills can be tested online in head-to-head multiplayer against friends or players from across the globe.
Do you have what it takes to become a true Champion of Vestroia? Well, I don’t know about myself, but I’m excited to try this game out.
The Bakugan: Champions of Vestroia physical Deluxe Edition pack will feature the base video game. It will also include an exclusive Ultima Dragonoid toy “which transforms into a fierce Bakugan”, an Ultima Dragonoid trading card, an Ultima Dragonoid metal gate card, and two powerful BakuCores!
Before you go, do consider reading our interview with Bakugan designer Michael Lee.
The game can be pre-ordered right now for $49.99.
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