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Game: Rooster Teeth Launches A Game Division & Announces Battlesloths 2025: The Great Pizza Wars

Yes, you read that correctly. Rooster Teeth, the people that brought us such good times with RWBY, Red vs. Blue, has decided it is the time that they get into the gaming world with Rooster Teeth Games. The new division will focus on publishing indie games to “bridging the gap between indie game developers and the worldwide community of gamers.” They are planning on having the first game, Battlesloths 2025: The Great Pizza Wars, on Steam this March. Battlesloths is developed by Invisible Collective. The game is described as:

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fast-paced multiplayer competitive twin-stick shooter of your slothy dreams. Compete with up to four human players, or play against some tough-as-nails AI sloths should you be short on friends. Use a myriad of weaponry, each with their own strategies, to destroy your enemies in a quest to collect the most pizza. This game features 20 unique weapons, 4 game modes, customizable battle settings, and more hats than you can fit on 700 sloths’ heads. Revel in the silliness of the slothpacalypse, shoot everything that moves, and start hoarding pizza!

Michael Hadwin, Director of Rooster Teeth Games, said:

 

“With Rooster Teeth Games, we will bring a wide array of engaging and entertaining video games on all platforms to this community, and in turn introduce the indie developer to this thriving demographic”

“We invite the aspiring, stellar, creative indie developers around the world to contact Rooster Teeth Games and pitch their best content and games to us. We are eager to share access to the vast potential audiences within the Rooster Teeth community, and to publish and deliver new and exciting content to gamers worldwide, starting with Battlesloths.”

 

 

 

 

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