Fixed bug where players could cancel out of Unicorn Charge after it was blocked.
Reduced number of bounces on Bouncing Star when used without Glow Up.
Increased recovery time on Bouncing Star.
Club Duels now allow playing against AI.
He appeared as the main character of Ultraseven and the human form of the titular Ultra. His codename to the Space Garrison was “Agent 340” but was christened Ultraseven by the humans. Each member of the UG was codenamed Ultra One to Six, with Dan being the sixth member his true form was seen as an unofficial Seventh member of the team. Dan hails from the Land of Light in the Nebula M78, the same planet as Ultraman. Originally sent to map the Milky Way, he visits Earth and it captivates him. On his first day he saves the life of a young mountain climber named Jiro Satsuma, who nearly falls to his death while saving a fellow climber. Instead of merging with him, as Ultraman did with Science Patrolman Shin Hayata, 340 morphs himself into a duplicate of the unconscious Jiro. However, he names himself Dan Moroboshi to avoid confusion.
The trailer showcases the rewards awaiting mech pilots willing to fight. Joining a club in the league and earning well-fought victories will net sponsorship deals and unlockable cosmetics in the garage. Players can truly make mechs their own, outfitting them with unique skins and attachments to make their style as unforgettable as their in-ring performances.
Override 2: Super Mech League gathers 20 distinctly devastating mechs for electrifying, over-the-top throwdowns for one-to-four players. Action is accessible to all and easy to jump into, but strategic depth in combat design means even the most skill-focused players will find a deeply rewarding, eSports-ready challenge as they grapple with rivals across dangerous arenas and a range of different game modes.