VANCOUVER, Canada — July 25, 2022 — Bare Butt Boxing, the comically chaotic multiplayer brawler from AAA visual effects studio Tuatara Games, is preparing to launch on PC via Steam Early Access in Q4 2022, followed by a full 1.0 release across PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation and Xbox in 2023.
Entranced by the sport of boxing, mischievous alien youngsters descend upon Earth to mimic their favorite fighters. Prepare for clothing-free, trap-ridden matches in the farthest corners of the planet. Romp around in 6-player free-for-all brawls across colorful locations around the globe and even in space. No referees involved!
Launch opponents through goals in local and online multiplayer to score the most points and emerge victorious. Dash for game-changing power-ups like electric fists and explosive sticky bombs. Stay alert and avoid traps, pitfalls, and other surprising hazards that can spell instant disaster. Deck out champions with cool customizations unlocked solely through playing and climb atop the leaderboards, leaving no ifs, ands, or butts on who’s the champ.
“With Bare Butt Boxing our goal is to create a party brawler that everyone can dive into and enjoy,” said Klemen Lozar, founder of Tuatara Games. “Whether online or sitting side by side during a couch co-op session, we hope players will laugh, scream, and have a blast going through many chaotic rounds”.
Bare Butt Boxing will be available on Steam Early Access for PC Q4 2022, followed by the full release on PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, and PlayStation 4 in 2023. Check out Tuatara Games’ portfolio and stay up-to-date on the official website or by following the studio on Twitter, YouTube, and Discord.
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.