Battery Jam for Switch launches November 22 in North America

A local multiplayer game of competitive territorial mayhem.

Battery Jam

The April-announced Switch version of Battery Jam, a “local multiplayer game of competitive territorial mayhem,” will launch via the Nintendo eShop on November 22 in North America, developer Halseo announced.

A European release date was not announced, as Halseo is awaiting confirmation from Nintendo of Europe, but the developer told Gematsu it is anticipating an early December release.

Here is an overview of the game, via Halseo:

About

Battery Jam is a local multiplayer game of competitive territorial mayhem! Use the boombox to smash your opponents, capture their tiles, and dominate the arena! Choose one of four Jammers and compete to have the most tiles at the end of every match! Take on your friends or play alone in Free-for-All or Team mode across eight levels!

Key Features

  • Battle your friends in Free-for-All or buddy up for Team Mode!
  • Pit yourself against AI bots in any game mode or variation! Use them to learn the game, to have fun on your own, or to fill out a match with friends!
  • Compete in different game modes like Original Territorial Mayhem, Classic Deathmatch. and more!
  • Tweak the way you play with a dozen settings, including Infinite Energy, Match Length, and Fast Mode!
  • Play on a eight different levels for a unique experience in each match!

Watch a new trailer below.

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