Stop by Booth #7010 for hands-on multiplayer, exclusive swag, and to enter a Greenlight vote!
Seattle, Wash. – August 26, 2016 – Developer Digital Dreams Entertainment have announced that Mutant Football League, the spiritual successor to the #1 selling Sega Genesis sports-hybrid game, has launched its Steam Greenlight campaign. The game will also be available for hands-on multiplayer at PAX West 2016 within Booth #7010 at Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Wash., from Sept. 2-5.
PAX West attendees can experience Mutant Football League’s multiplayer madness and mayhem first-hand, while the classic series’ original creator and lead designer, Michael Mendheim, will be present to demonstrate the latest PC/Steam build of the new title.
With the campaign to make Mutant Football League a Steam Greenlight release officially under way, MFL fans with Steam accounts can help the game attain Greenlight approval by placing a vote directly from the PAX West booth or by going to bit.ly/MFLgreenlight.
Visitors who drop by Booth #7010 to play Mutant Football League will receive exclusive autographed swag (while supplies last)!
About Mutant Football League
The classic Mutant League Football game, released in 1993 by Electronic Arts for the Sega Genesis, was a #1 bestseller and garnered a loyal cult following for its blend of monsters, mayhem, and good ol’ American team sports.
The reborn and modernized Mutant Football League is a 7-on-7 arcade-style, fully 3D sports video game where creatures of all kinds take the gridiron to battle it out in the most violent game ever played! This hilarious and brutal parody of professional American football will introduce gamers to some of the wildest, most bloodthirsty superstar players to ever strap on shoulder spikes.
Watch the Mutant Football League Ode to Destroy trailer:
You can vote for Mutant Football League on Steam Greenlight right now.
The new MFL game is being developed by Digital Dreams Entertainment for a Fall 2016 Early Access release on PC/Steam (contingent on Greenlight approval), with plans for PS4 and Xbox One releases in Q2 2017, followed by mobile versions (iOS, Android).