First SKATE​ BOATING Game Wave Break Launches on Stadia First

Tuesday, April 28th, 2020

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Funktronic Labs | Feature

Funktronic Labs announces the launch of their upcoming SKATE​boarding​ BOATING​ ​ game, ​Wave Break! The game will debut on Google’s Stadia platform first and head to Steam at a later date. The game is set in a Miami Vice style 80’s city with all excess of the decade we know and love. Players can pull off massive combos for crazy high scores, take the game online to play with friends or play a single player campaign. Wave Break will launch set you back $29.99 when it launches this summer on Stadia.

From the Steam Page:

SKATEBOATING…with guns, Wave Break is set in a crime-filled, 1980s era Miami Vice inspired world, filled with outlandish characters and a fresh synthwave soundtrack. Uncover the rivalry firsthand between the Mafia’s Big Pin and Detective McHutchenson in an episodic storyline involving guns, kickflips, and blood money.

Play through the campaign or one of many other modes, both online and offline with friends, or strangers. Whether you want to rack up points in TRICK ATTACK or shoot your friends’ Boaty McBoatface off in DEATHMATCH is up to you. Various playable characters with unlimited* customization potential. From tropical beaches to frozen tundras, there’s no place on water or land that won’t float your boat. 😉

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