Nov 24, 2017 Last Updated 1:32 AM, Nov 23, 2017

BattleSouls Beta Interview

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BattleSouls Interview with Peter Kjaer of Pixeleap Studios

BattleSouls is currently in Beta. We’re listening to you. Please check out our forums and let us know how we can make the game better for you as we continue to add more in future updates.

BattleSouls is an online multiplayer action game about destroying your opponent’s soul crystals before they destroy yours.

Master balancing a loadout of three different classes out of five at launch, which can be switched to freely at any time while you are alive. Each class has his or her own unique set of abilities — including two active skills and one passive skill that triggers when you change character — to adapt to whatever the situation calls for. Strike down the opposition with swords, throw punishing fireballs, or use devious bottles of magic to make your opponent cower to your might.

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