NERF Legends feature

NERF Legends is a new fast-paced/high-energy FPS, coming to PC in October 2021

Maximum Games has announced that NERF: Legends will release on PC in October 2021. In order to celebrate this announcement, the publisher released a gameplay trailer for this FPS that you can find below.

NERF: Legends is a fast-paced, high-energy FPS that aims to be fun for all. Players will jump into a futuristic sci-fi world with a full array of iconic NERF blasters at their fingertips. Additionally, they will face off against legions of robots and their ultimate boss masters. The game will feature a single-player story mode, as well as online multiplayer. Furthermore, it will support cross-play between its different platforms.

Below you can find the game’s key features:

  • Pull off amazing trick shots with 15 authentic NERF blasters from the Mega, Ultra and Elite lines, including new releases from 2021!
  • Intense single-player campaign featuring a variety of extreme enemies, boss battles and challenges across 19 out-of-this-world locations.
  • Supercharge your blasting with power-ups like magnetic pull darts, push darts, seeker darts, and slow darts to change the tide of battle.
  • Create your own custom character, and personalize your blasters with upgradeable perks and skins.
  • Test your might against real players in 4v4 team-based and eight-player free-for-all online multiplayer matches featuring cross-platform play across consoles.
Nerf Legends Announce Trailer

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