Vivid Games releases the first gameplay screenshots for their upcoming Real Boxing 2 game

Vivid Games releases the first gameplay screenshots for their upcoming Real Boxing 2 game

Written by AndrewH

We’ve been following a development for Vivid Games’ upcoming Real Boxing 2 title because it was announced not long ago. We even got to acquire some hands-on time using the game during Gamescom 2015. Unfortunately though we were not able to take any pictures or video for you personally, our readers, in the end were playing Real Boxing 2. However, we’re now in a position to demonstrate a few of the gameplay thanks to new screenshots from your friends over at Vivid Games.

For people not familiar with farmville, Real Boxing 2 is the sequel to Vivid Games’ popular boxing game on mobile. Real Boxing 2 takes exactly what the original game did well and expands on it while adding more features on top of it. The visuals were built using Unreal Engine 4, so that you can expect to see all of the lovely details of sweat, blood, and missing teeth to become there.

Players can have up to 4 fighters offered at any time, which means you can have multiple characters on the go without needing to begin again. When picking your fighter(s), you will find differing types you can choose, ranging from more agile speedy fighter to heavy hitters, and all things in between. Your fighters can be outfitted with different equipment, some of which is special giving your fighter stat boosts and could be upgraded to gain levels with your character because he does as well. Other equipment provides aesthetic changes only.

Real Boxing 2 may have both single-player and multiplayer content available including a Career Mode for hopeful champions to take part in. There’ll even be ‘bosses’ that you can beat for further rewards and Events to participate in. Strangely enough, you’ll also have contracts that you can do for added money.

A Special Move in Real Boxing 2

Hopefully you will see some kind of beta in the near future, and if there is we will be sure to let everyone know when and where to enroll in it. We are also seeking an early build to complete more hands-on with Real Boxing 2 and show some of the gameplay for you for action. In the meantime, you can check out our hnads-on from Gamescom 2015 in addition to these new screenshots. Real Boxing 2 is slated for release in Q4 2015.

Official Website: Real Boxing 2