Rawmen: Food Fighter Arena does culinary battle with E3 2021 trailer

Grab your meat and prepare for battle against half-naked fighters in Rawmen: Food Fighter Arena.


Sunday's PC Gaming Show continued with a fresh look at the bizarre arena shooter featuring loinclothed brawlers. It's time for players to grab their meatballs for the competitive multiplayer romp known as Rawmen: Food Fighter Arena.

Publisher Tinybuild describes Rawmen as a multiplayer arena shooter for 2-8 players, where players must "unleash culinary devastation for good." Such an oddball description should make players hungry... for destruction!

Developer ANIMAL also showed off Rawmen during Saturday's Guerrilla Collective showcase, where they explained some of its multiplayer game modes. They're about as bizarre as one would expect, as Meatball Mode tasks players with taking their meat and putting it in a hole. (You heard me.) Meanwhile, the dev team is also working on Boba Ball, where players are given a Boba Blaster and tasked with taking a boba ball and shooting it into an opponent's goal. In addition to various multiplayer modes, look for a slew of customization options, just in case you want to make your character look a little more weird and maybe a little less naked.

Rawmen: Food Fighter Arena is coming later this year to PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. There's a lot being revealed and announced during E3 2021, so make sure to follow Shacknews, as we endeavor to follow it all.

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