Sausage Sports Club announced for Switch, PC

Play as a floppy-necked animal this fall.

Sausage Sports Club

Luckshot Games has announced Sausage Sports Club, a physics game about floppy-necked animals competing on a reality sports TV show, for Switch and PC (Steam). It will launch this fall.

Here is an overview of the game, via Luckshot Games:

About

Sausage Sports Club is a physics game about adorable, floppy-necked animal friends competing on a reality sports TV show. Duke it out with up to eight friends in Free Play, where you’ll compete in tons of game modes like Soccer, Sumo and Capture the Flag. Not feeling competitive? Explore the toy-filled Overworld and get to know the show’s other melodramatic competitors in a 1-4 player replayable Adventure mode. No matter how you play, you’ll unlock new characters, skins, hats and arenas along the way.

Key Features

  • When on the go, play Adventure mode solo or co-op.
  • At home on the TV, compete in Free Play with up to 8 players on one device.
  • Enjoy unique HD rumble for every physics bump, slam and stomp.
  • Use the Joy-Con’s motion controls to lean your floppy neck for added finesse.

Watch the announcement trailer below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery. Visit the official website here.

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