Monday Night Combat

  • Online Co-Op: 4 Players
  • Couch Co-Op: 2 Players
  • + Co-Op Modes
  • + Combo Co-Op
Monday Night Combat Launches on PC, Ties Into TF2 and Penny-Arcade
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Monday Night Combat Launches on PC, Ties Into TF2 and Penny-Arcade

Monday Night Combat has launched today via Valve's Steam service.  With it comes not just a port of the Xbox Live Arcade original, but a game that's been carefully tweaked, balanced, and customized for PC gamers.  The game has gone through an extensive beta process yielding a really balance and fun experience in both versus and co-op.   Along with your standard PC settings like cutomized graphics options and lots of tweaks for the mouse and keyboard - you'll also find yourself enjoying dedicated servers!

To celebrate the launch, Uber Entertainment have teamed up with Valve and Penny-Arcade to provide you with some exclusive content.  If you purchase the game by February 1st, you'll automatically receive Team Fortress 2 items in Monday Night Combat...and Monday Night Combat items in Team Fortress 2.   Does anyone else see the irony here?

Also - a new robot has been added to the game - Juicebot.  The bot by another name on Penny-Arcade will randomly spawn and throw juice upgrades for players to gather.  

The game has a 4 player co-op mode called Blitz where players team up against endless waves of increasingly difficult robots.  To mix things up, there's a strategy element where players must balance cash and upgrades in tower defense like arenas.  The PC version even supports the two player split screen co-op that the Xbox Arcade version had.   Sorry folks - just found out it actually doesn't support this.

Monday Night Combat is out now on Steam for the price of $14.99.