Bare Butt Boxing 1.0 Launches on August 1, 2024, on PC and Nintendo Switch

Bare Butt Boxing 1.0 Launches on August 1, 2024, on PC and Nintendo Switch

Bare Butt Boxing, the multiplayer brawler developed by AAA visual effects studio Tuatara Games, will officially launch its 1.0 version on August 1, 2024. The game will be available on PC via Steam and Nintendo Switch, featuring three new maps and two additional gameplay modes.

In Bare Butt Boxing, colorful aliens land on Earth to engage in wild, unregulated boxing matches. Players can earn points by launching opponents or giant beach balls into portals, with the highest scorer declared the winner at the end of the round. The game supports local multiplayer for up to four players, online matches for up to six players, and single-player mode with bots.

To succeed, players must collect item boxes for special powers like the powerful vacuum and super frenzy and navigate stage hazards such as gusting winds on mountain tops and disappearing platforms in a neon disco arcade. Customization options include various skins, fonts, and alien boxing glove fashions, which can be unlocked with in-game currency for online play.

The game features an intergalactic soundtrack by Grand Soleil, enhancing the chaotic boxing experience. Klemen Lozar, founder of Tuatara Games, expressed gratitude to Early Access players and highlighted the added content and focus on local multiplayer in the 1.0 release.

Bare Butt Boxing will be available on August 1, 2024, on PC via Steam and Nintendo Switch. Players can follow Tuatara Games on social media and visit their official website for more information and updates.

About Tuatara Games
Tuatara Games delivers stunning results in the field of visual effects for AAA studios like Riot Games (Valorant), Epic Games (Fortnite), Counterplay Games (Godfall), and many more, but their passion doesn’t stop there. By supporting small indie developers and developing their own original experiences and games, Tuatara keeps experimenting and pushing interactive entertainment forward. Their first self-published game, Bare Butt Boxing, embraces chaos and whimsy in a world that often feels like the former, but could use more of the latter.