Multiplayer Mech Game Mecha Break Reveals Iconic Mecha Artists and Beta Window

Mecha Break developer Amazing Seasun has announced that some truly iconic mech designers have contributed designs to its game, and if you want to try out that game, you’ll soon get a chance to do so.

In a new trailer that aired during today’s Summer Game Fest presentation, we learned that Mecha Break‘s designers are no slouches when it comes to creating impressive and complex designs.

Takayuki Yanase, whose name you might recognize from games like Metal Gear and Death Stranding (as well as properties like Gundam), is just one of the mech design contributors for Mecha Break.

Mecha Break has an impressive mech designer pedigree behind it.

The second major mech artist announced for Mecha Break today is Junya Ishigaki, whose work you may know from Xenogears and Gundam. Both artists contributed design work to some of Mecha Break‘s mechs, so if you’re falling in love with the designs, that could well be why.

You’ll also have the chance to try out Mecha Break sooner than you may think. A beta test has been announced for August, giving you the chance to dive into some mech-versus-mech action and help fine-tune it before release.

If you’re wondering exactly what Mecha Break is, it’s a multiplayer mech combat game that lets you do battle against other mechs both on the ground and in the air.

You can choose from a variety of different mech types and loadouts that let you loose on the battlefield with weapons like precision lasers, explosive missiles, and much more.

A tank mech shooting at another mecha in Mecha Break
If you love mech games, Mecha Break seems like a no-brainer (no-CPUer?).

Of course, Mecha Break will also give you the opportunity to customize your mech with different patterns and paint jobs, so you can truly make it your own.

If you’re into games like Armored Core or MechWarrior, then Mecha Break looks like it’ll definitely be up your street. It’s coming to PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S sometime soon.