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Rocket Arena's Chaotic Knockout Mode Gameplay

Rocket Arena seems to draw gameplay and visual influence from many other titles such as Smash Bros., Fortnite, Skylanders, and even Splatoon. Watch the warrior Izell win in this team deathmatch mode called Knockout.

Rocket Arena is a competitive 3v3 hero shooter from Final Strike Games, an independent studio with developers drawn from shooters like Halo and Call Of Duty.

This gameplay clip shows the warrior Izell in the chaotic Knockout team deathmatch mode. Rocket Arena's combat is completely rocket-based, involving knocking opponents out of arenas Smash Bros. style. There is a huge focus on movement, hero ability knowledge, and rocket jumping.

Rocket Arena releases July 14 with cross-platform play between PC, PS4, and Xbox One. It will have 10 playable characters, 100 levels of progression, 10 maps, and four modes.