Crush Your Friendships in Scrap Rush, Coming to PC and Nintendo Switch This Summer

Published: May 7, 2019 8:27 PM /


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Have you ever wanted to toss one of your friends into a trash compactor? Well, you can do the next best thing in Scrap Rush, a wacky maze brawler that's making its way West to PC and the Nintendo Switch this Summer. If you've ever played games like Bomberman, you're sure to find something to love in this upcoming game from PQube and Acquire.

In Scrap Rush, you and up to three of your friends enter a maze-like arena with one goal: smash each other to bits. Push an existing block of scrap at them or create one with bits of junk that you pick up along the way. Fire away and cross your fingers — if you're lucky, you'll splash your opponent like a pancake! If you're unlucky, they'll survive and fire back a block of their own!

Of course, there's more to this title than just a single game mode! PVP options include Point Match (collect the most scrap),  Survival Match (be the last robot standing), and Scrap Battle (teams gather as much scrap as they can in their area of the board). Two PVE modes are also available. Scrush Mode has you and your friends fighting against 99 waves of crazy robots and Challenge Mode throws a terrifying gigantic boss robot into the mix.

Scrap Rush will be coming to PC and the Nintendo Switch sometime in the Summer of 2019. No price or firm release date has been announced just yet. In the meantime, you can watch the Scrap Rush announcement trailer and see some of this crazy, metal-pounding gameplay for yourself!

What do you think of Scrap Rush? Do you think it's a game that you'd like to play with your friends or are you not really fond of the overall style of gameplay? Let us know in the comments below!

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