Rumble Fighter Goes Live

Free-to-play online multiplayer game provider OGPlanet has today announced the full launch of Rumble Fighter, a unique online PC fighting game allowing up to eight players to duke it out at the same time in over-the-top brawls, complete with an in-depth combo skill system, multiple fighting styles to choose from, all sorts of character customization and progression features, and colorful anime-style graphics.

“Until now, most online fighting games have been limited to simple gameplay derived from consoles,” said Jack Liu, Chief Creative Officer of OGPlanet. “Rumble Fighter brings the high-quality experience of console fighting games to the PC, but with true multiplayer capability and persistent characters players can build and customize over time into truly original fighters.”

Rumble Fighter is available as a completely free download from www.ogplanet.com/rf, with additional customization items available for purchase if you so choose. Here is a gallery of the latest screenshots for you to browse.

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