Bounty Battle Indie Game Character Fighter

Who is the very best? When it comes to indie game characters, the recently announced 2D beat ‘em up Bounty Battle will let you discover who the best really is. Characters will be able to fight in a variety of modes, but only one will be left standing. The Bounty Battle roster features 30 characters from 22 indie games. Hopefully, Dark Screen Games will continue to add to that after it launches on July 16.

Get ready to rumble

Bounty Battle can be played by one-to-four players, and many of the battlefields are inspired by the games the fighters hail from. There is a total of 16 different arenas for you to do battle in. Players can partake in a range of game modes, including Tournament, Versus, Challenge Mode, Tutorial, and a Training Room to perfect your fighting techniques.

Each character comes with a unique set of moves and special attacks. They wield their weapon of choice (For some, that is their bare hands.) and are supported by a Minion companion. You’ll also be able to change your indie game characters’ colors to give yourself a unique look.

Bounty Battle character roster

The 22 games currently featured in Bounty Battle are Guacamelee!, Darkest Dungeon, Dead Cells, Awesomenauts, Nuclear Throne, Owlboy, Axiom Verge, SteamWorld Dig, Oddmar, Jotun, Battle Chasers Nightwar, Death’s Gambit, EITR, Super Comboman, Pankapu, Flinthook, Doko Roko, Tower of Samsara, Blubber Busters, Ruin of the Reckless, The Bug Butcher, and Blocks that Matter.

Bounty Battle will be available for PC through Steam. You can’t preorder it yet, but if you don’t want to miss any updates, you can add it to your Steam wishlist.

I’m going to main the fiery headed protagonist from Dead Cells. Let us know who your favorite character on the Bounty Battle roster is, as well as which other indie game characters you’d like to see in the game.

Logan Broadley
Logan is an enthusiastic player of games (sometimes too enthusiastic according to his wife at 2 AM), and a video game reviewer, esports writer and gaming news writer. Originally from South Africa, he started out as a writer in advertising agencies, but has since moved on to a much higher calling: video games.

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