Pato Box launches August 28 for PS4, September 18 for PS Vita

Adventure / fighting game adds two more platforms.

Pato Box

Bromio will release adventure / fighting game Pato Box for PlayStation 4 on August 28 and PS Vita on September 18, the developer announced.

Pato Box is currently available for Switch and PC.

Here is an overview of the game, via Bromio:

About

Pato Box is an adventure / fighting game inspired by the Punch-Out!! series. Is a surreal boxing quest with a duck!

Test your reflexes as you fight your way through an evil corporation in search of retribution.

Uncover their deepest secrets by exploring thrilling 3D environments with a graphic novel / comic book art style. Find the henchmen who took your dream in an action-packed and fast-paced fights that will test your reflexes as a true boxing champion! Will you chicken out or learn how to DUCK?

Key Features

  • Find the truth on Story Mode, a single player adventure filled with surprises and 3D environments as well as 2D boss fights!
  • Fight your way through Arcade Mode, defeat all the bosses as fast as possible one at a time or all in row with a special boss at the end!
  • Challenging and surreal 2D fights with a comic book art style.
  • Motion control support that will make you the real boxing champion!
  • Amazing Soundtrack by Controvol (with an additional track from guest artist Vangal) that will fill you with adrenaline.
  • Ducks! Lots of ducks!

Watch the announcement trailer below.

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