Blaster Master Zero version 1.5 update launches November 23, adds Blaster Battle Mode

A brand-new two-player battle mode.

Blaster Master Zero

The version 1.5 update for the Blaster Master Zero will launch on November 23 and add the new “Blaster Battle Mode,” Inti Creates announced.

Here’s an overview of the update, via Inti Creates:

Extra Mode: Blaster Battle Mode (Nintendo Switch only)

In the version 1.5 update, a brand new two-player battle mode called “Blaster Battle Mode” has been added. Any of the EX characters you have acquired can also be used in this mode.

—After updating the game to version 1.5, “Blaster Battle Mode” will be added to the second page of the Extra menu.

Blaster Master Zero

—On the mode settings screen, you can choose the match type, rules, and stage, and then start the battle!

Blaster Master Zero

—Choose your favorite character and hop into a one-versus-one battle against the other player.

Blaster Master Zero

Blaster Master Zero

—The weapons Sophia III comes equipped with will differ based on which character you choose.

Blaster Master Zero

Blaster Master Zero

—Various items will appear out of nowhere during battles. They may be recovery items, power-ups, or something else!

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—Mixing and matching characters and gameplay settings create lots of different possibilities. Give different characters and settings a try to discover the ultimate battle!

Blaster Master Zero

Blaster Master Zero

Blaster Master Zero is available now for Switch and 3DS.

Watch the version 1.5 introduction trailer below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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