OddBallers Launches On January 26 from Ubisoft

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Today, Ubisoft, announced that OddBallers will be out on January 26, 2023, on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation4, Xbox One, Ubisoft Connect PC, Epic, and Luna, and available on PlayStation5 and Xbox Series X|S via compatibility mode.

OddBallers is a bombastic party game where players can challenge friends and family in hilarious dodgeball-inspired games. In Ubisoft’s latest title, layers in Oddballers can throw anything and everything at their opponents to win – the more absurd, the better. With many different arenas, a variety of mini-games, and perilous environments that include electric fences, explosive gas tanks, and tennis ball launchers, OddBallers promises to provide a fresh experience with every match. Absurd and bombastic, the developer is hoping to jump to the center of party games in January.

With its many different arenas and unique mini-games, players will have to use everything they can get their hands on to come to the top of each crazy round. Whether online or locally, players will be able to test their skills…and friendships. Up to 4 players can compete locally, 6 on Nintendo Switch. They can also take the party online to experience some OddBallers goofiness from anywhere in the world.

But local play isn’t it for the new party game title, Oddballers. For long-distance competitions, dodgeballers can also play OddBallers online, taking on opponents around the world. Each match also comes with customizable accessibility features (not fully released as of now) including the ability to allow players to adjust match length and difficulty. Players can also customize their avatar, and celebratory dance moves, and choose which mini-game to play thanks to OddBaller’s custom mode.

You can pre-order OddBallers today for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation4|5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Ubisoft Connect PC, Epic, and Luna, and be sure to challenge your friends and family to some goofy dodgeball when the game releases on January 26, and stay tuned to Ubisoft News for more updates.

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