The quirky ragdoll physics meshed with battle tactics game, Totally Accurate Battle Simulator, is finally leaving Early Access on Steam after almost five years of development. While the developer Landfall has a number of other wacky, physics-based games that released today, such as Totally Accurate Battlegrounds, Rounds, and Stick Fight, Totally Accurate Battle Simulator is by far the most popular title.
Totally Accurate Battle Simulator is out of Early Access on PC and Mac! ⚔️https://t.co/BFMWQwtmXo
— Landfall (@LandfallGames) April 1, 2021
In a live stream from Landfall that happened earlier today, they discussed a variety of the aforementioned games but spent the most time on Totally Accurate Battle Simulator. For those unfamiliar, players control armies of red or blue ‘wobblers’ and watch them fight in real-time, not-at-all-accurate wars against each other. In the full release 1.0 version, the two biggest changes are the introduction of factions and a new multiplayer mode. The factions each include a secret unit. However, the most exciting feature that has been introduced is both online and local multiplayer. In smaller changes, there is Twitch integration which will let streamers change the names of their ‘wobblers’ to people in their audience, as well as new maps and campaigns.
Totally Accurate Battle Simulator is available on Steam and the Epic Games Store and Xbox for $14.99, however, the 1.0 version only applies to the game on Steam. If players have previously purchased it in Early Access, they will receive version 1.0 for free. In other news from Landfall, Totally Accurate Battlegrounds has also had a huge refresh and is now permanently free-to-play on Steam, Rounds which is a 1v1 rogue-lite shooter also available on Steam, and Stick Fight is a multiplayer fighting game where players play as stick figures which is out on Nintendo Switch.