Heavy Metal Machines Revving up for Mid 2017

Two teams enter. One team leaves. From the premier Brazilian game developer and publisher Hoplon comes a new MOBA experience in the form of the Post Apocalyptic, Heavy Metal Machines.


In a landscape ravaged by its own inhabitants, society has been reforged through metal and madness. In this one of a kind 4v4 multiplayer multiplayer arena combat game, we take a break from the oh so familiar fantasy heroes we know and love and trade them in for a cast of psychotic post apocalyptic road warriors to take into rounds of gladiatorial combat.

Players pilot their choice from a dozen unique vehicular death ­machines, dealing destruction accompanied by a dynamic, mood­ setting heavy metal track. Each character delivers a distinct style of gameplay, an over the ­top personality, with awesome upgrades and customization to match.

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What’s cooking under the hood

  • Start Your Engines: Choose one of twelve distinct Heavy Metal Machines, each piloted by a psychotic personality with a unique and bizarre set of upgradable and customizable abilities.
  • Carnage is a Team Sport: Show off your unique individual skills, customizing your vehicle and your driver’s abilities to match your style of play, while also mastering teamwork in support, interceptor or transporter roles.
  • Blow it all to Hell: Work together to dominate the road ­ weakening the opposing team’s defenses to deliver the final devastating blow to their base ­ even if it means a one way trip to Hell.
  • Pedal to the Metal: Each driver has a distinct personality, dictating the soundtrack that accompanies them during battle ­ including an eclectic mix of metal, goth metal, death metal, black metal, and industrial metal.
Character: Rampage


With one goal in mind, to decimate the enemy base and claim victory, its time to put the pedal to the medal and get your adrenaline pumping in the high octane experience. The Esports-Friendly Automobile Combat Game will be playable for the first time in North America during PAX West 2016 in Seattle, Washington. Our team will definitely be checking this one out and we hope to see you there.


Heavy Metal Machines due for release mid 2017 on PC with console soon to follow.

Adrian Moses

A massive biggest One Piece fan who just wants to spend his days on a world adventure.