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Rumbleverse

Iron Galaxy Studios, Epic Games
Aug 11, 2022 - Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC
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OpenCritic Rating

76

Top Critic Average

63%

Critics Recommend

IGN
9 / 10
Shacknews
9 / 10
Wccftech
5.5 / 10
Digital Trends
4 / 5
PCMag
4 / 5
GamingBolt
6 / 10
VGChartz
4 / 10
3DNews
8 / 10
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Rumbleverse Trailers

Rumbleverse | Welcome to Grapital City Battle Pass Trailer thumbnail

Rumbleverse | Welcome to Grapital City Battle Pass Trailer

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Rumbleverse | Launch Date Trailer


Rumbleverse Screenshots



Critic Reviews for Rumbleverse

Rumbleverse combines all of the deep mental mind games and combat sensibilities of a fighting game with the last-person-standing objective of a battle royale to incredible effect, leading to one of the most refreshing takes on the battle royale genre in recent memory.

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Iron Galaxy has not only put forward one of the best games of 2022 so far, it's also created one of the best battle royales in a long time. It manages to be wildly different from its contemporaries while also being a game worth learning and mastering in its own right. While it's impossible to predict what Rumbleverse will look like by this time next year or a few years from now, this game is off to a great start and has already shown world champion potential.

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Rumbleverse occasionally delivers the type of bruising highlights that look good on livestreams, but is held back by a lack of content and unbalanced mechanics that actually discourage the brawling that’s supposed to be the game’s bread and butter. You may want to go a few rounds with Rumbleverse given its nonexistent entry fee, but don’t expect it to go the distance.

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Rumbleverse's unique fusion of battle royale structure and fighting game depth is a great, though sometimes imperfect, match.

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Rumbleverse might be a ridiculous, cartoony dust-storm of wrestling action, but it's shockingly fun and extremely balanced. A few hit detection issues aside, the free-to-play game is one of the most addicting and accessible melee-focused battle royale titles around.

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Despite some decent combat and sustainable charm, Rumbleverse has very little going on to hold your attention beyond one or two sittings.

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Iron Galaxy's flashy entrance into the Battle Royale space quickly gets suplexed by a rushed release, soulless aesthetic, and mismanaged design.

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One of the most original battle royale titles inspired by fighting games. Perfect for those who are looking for something new and fresh in the genre.

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