‘Brawlhalla’ Announces Battle Pass

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Ubisoft has announced that a frist Brawlhalla battle pass will be available soon for $9.99. The Season One Battle Pass, which will last for 12 weeks, casts Legends to Demon Island, a dark province filled with both free and premium content for players to unlock. Demon Island is the passage to the demon realm and a battleground where day and night exist in unison. Valhalla Legend Hattori, the Demon Bride, is at home in these harrowing lands as she takes on her ultimate form. Players can navigate Demon Island by progressing through 85 tiers of Brawlhalla content centered around Oni, spirits, and lost souls. Tier 85 unlocks Hattori’s Epic Skin.

Players progress through the Season One Battle Pass by earning Gems through General, Daily, and Weekly challenges. One Daily Mission is granted to each player every day with the ability to store up to three Daily Missions at a time. Once per day, players can recycle a Daily Mission for a new one.

Weekly Missions open each new week of the Battle Pass and will not expire until the end of the Battle Pass season. If players want to progress faster through the tiers, they can unlock them immediately for 35 Mammoth Coins each.

All players can advance battle pass tiers in the free pass, which offers rewards such as avatars, color schemes, weapon skins, taunts, and sidekicks.

The Gold Battle Pass offers players premium loot and accessories and will immediately grant players all rewards for previously unlocked tiers upon purchase. Additional Weekly Missions are available to players who own the Gold Battle Pass, allowing players to earn their way to exclusive Brawlhalla content.

The Battle Pass is available for purchase in-game.

Developed by Blue Mammoth, Brawlhalla is a free-to-play platform fighting game. Choosing from over 45 unique characters, players can jump into single-player and co-op modes as well as online and local competitions. Brawlhalla also supports cross-platform play between the Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC.

For more information about Brawlhalla, visit the website.

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