Viking Squad for PS4, PC launches October 4

Three-player co-op brawler gets a release date.

Viking Squad

Two years following its initial announcement, Slick Entertainment has dated Viking Squad, its side-scrolling three-player co-op brawler, for an October 4 release across PlayStation 4 and PC.

Here’s an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

Grab your trusty sword, strap on a fearsome helmet, and plunge into the chaotic fray of Viking Squad! As a member of this ragtag group you must put a stop to the wildly mischievous Loki and reopen the gates to Valhalla. Work together to unleash massive attacks on foes and expand your arsenal in this three player co-op brawler.

Key Features

  • Local and online co-op.
  • Find new weapons and gear to level up each character.
  • Each playable character has their own signature weapon changing the way they approach combat.
  • Lane based brawling with precise and intense combat system.
  • The Gods guide your voyage: By worshiping each god new opportunities and perils are unveiled.
  • Striking hand-drawn 2D art style, courtesy of Jesse ‘The Drawbarian’ Turner.
  • Sound by Power Up Audio, Music by A Shell In The Pit.

Watch the launch trailer below.

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