Free game: Kabounce is really a Rocket League but includes a pi

  • Sometimes it's interesting to find out developers develop a bunch of clever ideas, throw them into your blender to see what happens. Kabounce is usually a multiplayer arena game with all the aesthetics from the Rockets League but reimagined to be a competitive pinball. You are the ball. The best part is when you go to Steam today, you can it without cost.

    The free period will last until tomorrow, June 24th, 13:00 ET / 18:00 UK Summer Time, which kicks off the celebration of Kabounce's new anniversary summer event. This adds 11 new single-player challenges, divided into some easier 'parkour' levels and harder gloves and boss games. When you are after this, you can search for the limited-time cosmetics that Kabounce offers in the first year is the Rocket League Crates.

    The summer update also adds a fresh arena map, Nero Reef, and also the ability to exchange controls with partners inside new relay mode.

    This can be quite interesting, especially the controller. It takes a few moments to get employed to the control plan, but immediately after minutes inside the tutorial, it is possible to boot, charge your spin, and utilize your Rocket League Items to slam opponents being a professional. Helping the bumper can make your ball shine in the spotlight, a great feeling.

    To get it, simply go to the Steam page and click on the "Add to Account" button where you can find the location where the Buy button is normally located. If you don't want to, you don't need to download it now; once you add Kabounce to your account, it will always belong to you.

    Another benefit of Kabounce is that multiplayer games can work in 2-4 player local split screens, or play up to 8 players online, and the crossover game between PC and PlayStation 4 is actually working. Happy summer.