December 2, 2021

Party Brawler "Rubber Bandits" Out Now on Steam and Consoles

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Party Brawler "Rubber Bandits" Out Now on Steam and Consoles

By Nick | December 2, 2021

Flashbulb Games has announced that Rubber Bandits releases today on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC via Steam, and the Microsoft Store.

Rubber Bandits features a variety of ridiculous game modes: make your getaway with the most loot (and come back to bust your foes) in Heist mode, beat everyone else to a pulp and is the last one standing in Brawl mode, and play solo or co-op against the AI to reach the end in Arcade mode. Choose the perfect disguise to carry out your crimes in style, with over a dozen fun unique characters to unlock, from Granny to Banana and more.

Unleash nonstop mayhem on your opponents with special power-ups and tons of unique weapons. Hurl, bash, crush, and torch your rivals with anything and everything at hand, from rockets and swords to chairs and baguettes! Take on 25 colorfully exciting levels featuring classic heist locations like banks, museums, and the mean streets. Collaborate with your partners in crime in online and local multiplayer for up to four bandits, with full crossplay between all platforms.

For more on Rubber Bandits, visit www.RubberBandits.game.

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