The title, which seems a craze between a shooter and a Smash Bros. style brawler, aims to arouse the desire for the competition from the most hardcore players. In fact, even the development team does not hide its ambitions to be noticed in the export world, so much so that we already think of the Rocket Championship Tour.
Rocket Arena promises dedicated matchmaking and server features that will take into account the skill level and latency during the pairing of players. The beta will take place from May 23rd to May 29th and can be downloaded via Nexon Launcher and Steam.
The game will be launched first on Xbox One and PC, with a PS4 version that will arrive only later. The game was welcomed by the export community: it generated more than 1,200 retweets and almost 200,000 views in no time.
In the closed beta period, Rocket Arena will have a pool of six maps, four game modes, and six characters. Players participating in the beta will also be able to earn purely cosmetic rewards for use in the full version. Players interested in participating in Rocket Arena closed beta can register on the official website of the Final Strike Games title.
Announcing Rocket Arena, an explosively fun free-to-play shooter that features 3-on-3 rocket combat! Are you ready for the boom?
— Rocket Arena (@RocketArena) May 15, 2019