Puyo Puyo Champions Gameplay Screenshot

Sega Launches Puyo Puyo Champions on PC, Switch, PS4, XBox One


Source: SEGA

Go Head-to-Head Against the World in Puyo Puyo Champions Starting Today

Puyo Puyo Champions Announcement

Destroy the Competition Without Destroying Your Wallet

 

IRVINE, Calif. – May 7, 2019 – Puyo Puyo Champions (known in Asia as Puyo Puyo eSports) is now available on the PlayStation®4, Xbox One™, Nintendo Switch™, and Steam® for PC! It’s time to drop blobs on your friends or the best Puyo Puyo players in the world as you battle your way to the top of the rankings.
And at the low price of only $9.99, you can afford yourself the opportunity to join in on the fun-filled, fast-paced, action-packed excitement this series has to offer. Be a part of a growing community by picking up Puyo Puyo Champions today!
Puyo Puyo Champions Features:
Puyo Puyo Champions Gameplay Screenshot
  • The Preferred Way to PlayWith a strong focus on global online competitive multiplayer, Puyo Puyo Champions is based on the fan-favorite rulesets of Puyo Puyo 2 (Tsu) and Puyo Puyo Fever. This includes the popular “Fever Mode” where you crush your opponents with ready-made chains!
  • Tournament Mode–Duke it out for bragging rights in the brand-new, eight-player Tournament mode that lets you scratch that competitive itch locally with friends and family.
  • Improved Replay System-Pull off a devastating chain combo? Alongside auto-saved replays, Battle History provides a visual timeline of the biggest moments of a game with timestamps, so you never have to worry about missing a thing.
  • Dual AudioPlayers have the option to enjoy Puyo Puyo Champions between English or the original Japanese voice acting, with either English, French, German, or Spanish text.

Puyo Puyo Champions is now available for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC via Steam for $9.99! Find out by more by checking out the launch trailer and by visiting the official website at http://puyo.sega.com/champions/.
Puyo Puyo Champions Gameplay Screenshot - Main Menu
Puyo Puyo Champions Gameplay Screenshot - Character Select
Puyo Puyo Champions Gameplay Screenshot - Tournament
Puyo Puyo Champions Gameplay Screenshot - CPU Training

About SEGA® of America, Inc.:
SEGA® of America, Inc. is the American arm of Tokyo, Japan-based SEGA Games Co., Ltd., a worldwide leader in interactive entertainment both inside and outside the home.  The company develops, publishes and distributes interactive entertainment software products for a variety of hardware platforms including PC, wireless devices, and those manufactured by Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony Interactive Entertainment. SEGA of America’s website is located at www.sega.com

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