2D fighting game collection Breakers Collection announced for consoles and PC

Due out in 2020.

Breakers Collection

Vasara Collection publisher QUByte Interactive has announced Breakers Collection, a collection including the 1996-released 2D fighting game Breakers and its 1998-released sequel Breakers Revenge for consoles and PC. It will launch in 2020.

The publisher also acquired the worldwide publishing rights to the series, which was originally developed and released by Visco Corporation for arcades and Neo Geo.

Breakers Collection will offer “a range of new features in a single package.”

Here is an overview of the series, via QUByte Interactive:

Breakers is a 2D fighting game released by Visco, on December 17, 1996, for the Neo Geo and arcades in Japan. It features a roster of eight playable characters, from all over the world, competing against each other in a fierce tournament.

A sequel, Breakers Revenge, was released on July 3, 1998, with additional playable characters, balance adjustments and new gameplay elements.

Breakers has gained a cult following since its original release in Japan due to its solid gameplay and unique elements.

Watch the teaser trailer below. Visit the teaser website here.

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