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Twin-Stick Planet Hopping Shooter Battle Planet – Judgement Day Arrives on PC and Console Today


MUNICH, GERMANY (OCTOBER 17, 2019) — Publisher Wild River Games and developer THREAKS today released their cooperative sci-fi world-hopping shooter, Battle Planet – Judgement Day for PC, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. In the game, players will enjoy a rough and reckless interplanetary chase across procedurally generated worlds as they team up in local cooperative multiplayer while blasting through endless waves of futuristic foes.

Your goal in Battle Planet – Judgement Day is simple: survive! Touch down on planets infested with deadly aliens intent on cutting your life short and blast your way around its rotating surface, taking out anything in your path quickly — or suffer a devastating demise. Team up with comrades-in-arms for some local-co-op split-screen action to make fast work of foes. Finish all the planets in a star system and jump to another with ever-more deadly foes. Lucky for you, your ship receives a steady stream of upgrades, making it more devastating and durable.

More info about Battle Planet – Judgement Day is available on Facebook and the official website.

About Wild River

Wild River is the gaming label from EuroVideo Medien GmbH in Munich. Wild River publishes games for all major platforms and target groups, including the PC and console hit “Windstorm” and the internationally successful mobile game “Pretzel Land”.


THREAKS is an award-winning game studio from Hamburg, Germany founded in 2009. They are working on games they love for pc, consoles, and mobile as well as AR & VR. The diverse portfolio is based on one common core: exceptional quality in tech and art. THREAKS always tries to push the boundaries of what‘s possible with great focus on juicy player feedback, stunning looks and a feeling for the most immersive player experience.

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