dimanche 21 janvier 2018

[Switch] Disc Jam bénéficiera d'une grosse mise à jour à sa sortie !

Après une première annonce évoquant la sortie de Disc Jam sur Nintendo Switch en voici une autre. Nous avons récemment appris que le jeu sera disponible le 8 février prochain, mais le studio de développement a aussi confirmé que le jeu bénéficiera d'une mise à jour assez conséquente. On peut déjà noter que le jeu est cross-plateforme et qu'il sera donc possible d'affronter en ligne des joueurs PC. Aussi, le jeu sera jouable à 4 en local, deux nouveaux modes seront d'actualité à savoir en mode Compétition avec du classement de ligues et de saison, et en mode Solo.

Disc Jam proposera entre autres du 1 vs 1, du 2 vs 2, de jouer aussi bien en multi local ou en ligne, de customiser son personnage, de déchaîner des super pouvoirs. À noter que plusieurs modes de jeu seront disponibles, que le jeu sera vendu à $14.99, qu'il sera en anglais et nécessitera 1.1GB d'espace disque sur votre Switch. 

Pour ceux qui maîtrise la langue anglaise, vous pouvez découvrir le dernier communiqué de presse du studio ci-dessous.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - Jan. 18, 2018 - High Horse Entertainment announced today that the disc-throwing, shot-blocking action of Disc Jam is landing on Nintendo Switch™ next month. Hitting the Nintendo eShop on February 8, players can expect all the frantic multiplayer action they’ve come to enjoy from the game’s PC and PS4 iterations, suped up with Nintendo Switch-specific features and a massive update for all disc jammers. 
Disc Jam is best played with others, and Nintendo Switch is making it easier than ever to connect with players both locally and online. In addition to cross-platform play between PC and Nintendo Switch, the game also features support for local wireless with up to 3 other nearby Nintendo Switch consoles, making it easy to jump into a match whether you’re in the living room or on the go. 
That’s not all the new content coming to Disc Jam. Debuting alongside the Nintendo Switch™ console launch on all platforms, the game is also getting a massive title update, bringing a whole host of community-requested features to the arena. Joining the game’s roster of characters, South American volleyball player Lannie is set to make her mark on the arena as a perfect balance between power and agility. 
The update will also unleash two brand new modes, providing even more ways for competitive and solo players to jam. On the competitive side of things, say hello to Ranked Leagues and Seasons. Do you have what it takes to rise through the ranks of the Universal Federation of Disc and join the Elite? Soon enough, you’ll have your chance to prove it. Then, for players who prefer to fly solo, get ready to experience all the heated action of ranked leagues without the pressures of online play in a gauntlet that will test even the most seasoned Disc Jam veterans. More details on all the goodies coming in February’s update will be landing in the coming weeks, so stay tuned! 
If this is your first time hearing about Disc Jam, here’s the gist. Players pick from a growing roster of colourful characters, each sporting their own style and abilities, as they compete in a fast-paced action sport that’s like air hockey and tennis combined. Throw, catch and lob the glowing disc at your opponents, defend your end zone, and unleash devastating abilities to gain the upper hand - all in search of multiplayer dominance. 
From the introduction of a new character - resident power-house, Kahuna - and new discs, to dedicated servers, Elo-based skill ratings and matchmaking, Disc Jam has been in a constant state of growth since it first launched. It’s also not showing any signs of slowing. With a new platform to play on and a new update on the way, stay tuned for all the action-packed details! 
Disc Jam lands on Nintendo Switch on February 8, and is currently available on PC and PS4. For the latest updates, visit High Horse Entertainment’s official website or follow them on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Twitch, Discord, and Reddit.

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