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"Rollback netcose and crossplay compatibility" both a thing.

July 20, 2022

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Author: QUByte Interactive

São Paulo – July 19th, 2022 – On July 15th, QUByte Interactive shared the information that Breakers Collection will support rollback netcode and crossplay compatibility. The upcoming fighting game will compile both Visco Corporation’s 90’s fighting games: Breakers and Breakers Revenge. Still coming in 2022 both in digital and physical copies.

Bruno Carvalho and Marcel Bernardi, leads of the Breakers Collection project, shared with the public new info regarding the online play. The game will feature lobbies and player profile customization with unlockable cosmetics, including quotes and avatars. Another feature that got people really excited is the Interactive Replay function, which allow the player to take control of a recording at any point, to study and discover new solutions in match encounters.

A new game mode was also highlighted during the transmission, besides the already know Training mode, a Team Battle mode was also confirmed, which allows players to take a group of characters into a fight. A gallery containing fan arts and marketing materials from the 90’s (when the game was originaly released) and new character colors options will also be included in the Collection.

The team at QUByte Interactive is also looking forward to support online and offline tourneys post-launch.
Breakers Collection is currently in development for PlayStation 4/5, Xbox One/Series X|S, Nintendo Switch and PC.

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About QUByte Interactive
QUByte is a Brazilian Game Developer and the largest Latin American Publisher on consoles. Our goal is to develop the industry through Porting and Publishing partnerships making games available to a broader audience on all major platforms, so they can realize their full potential.

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