Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl was intended as a competitive game: there is talk about DLC in the future

Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl was intended as a competitive game: there is talk about DLC in the future

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Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl was intended as a competitive game: there is talk about DLC in the future

“It is more than the Smash of the Nicktoons”, as it is cataloged by Ludosity Interactive, the studio behind the project.

The Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl ad got people quite excited. Since the trailer came out, fans around the world have pleaded with the studio in charge, Ludosity Interactive, for answers about the approach with this project. The Kotaku page had the opportunity to to interview to the people behind the title, and they talked about several interesting topics.

Nickelodeon is more than happy to make the game competitive.Joel Nyström, CEO of Ludosity Interactive“Shortly after our success with Slap City, Nickelodeon reached out to us,” he mentioned. Joel nyström, CEO of Ludosity. “At first, I didn’t think they were serious. You get a lot of strange emails every week, so I dropped the first invitation to my spam folder.”

Slap city is a platform fighting game very similar to Super Smash Bros, and it was Well received by the community, due to its fluid combat system. Ludosity has experience in the genre, and the demo they presented for Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl received the approval of the house of these cartoons, with its development beginning at the beginning of the 2020.

After the game announcement, the developers visited the discord Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl official, to answer some community concerns. The title will feature rollback connection, the most effective network code for the fighting genre, offering an experience with a minimum level of latency.

The game designer, Elias “sinxtanx” Forslind, also shared his opinion: “If Slap City is played like Smash, then Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl has its own style.” The team was inspired by the Nintendo game, but decided to launch a product that was competitive Y comfortable for players of all experience levels.

“Nickelodeon is more than happy to make the game competitive,” Nyström continued. “That topic has been in our conversations from the beginning, that’s why they came to us.”

Plans to support the game with DLC

Every movement of the characters, came from the ideas of Ludosity. In fact, according to this study, Nickelodeon has been very open with all the ideas of the developers, refusing only on a couple of occasions. And although they are not ready to talk more than necessary, there are talks between the two companies, to continue supporting Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl with DLC.

What do you think of this rapprochement between Ludosity and Nickelodeon for the game? Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl is coming in fall of this year.

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