Team17 has announced that the Worms Rumble open cross-play beta is now live on PlayStation 4 and PC.
The open beta kicks off today on both platforms and will run until 3:00 am eastern on Monday, November 9. The beta lets players play an unseen map called Transforming Towers that has part of the Tower transform into a giant robot worm. Modes in the beta include Deathmatch as well as Battle Royale modes Last Worm Standing and Last Squad Standing.
PlayStation Plus members on PlayStation 4 can get the beta here while Steam players can find their link here. The full Worms Rumble game launches on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC on December 1.
The open beta features a broad set of weapons for players to wreak havoc with, including the newly announced Sheep Launcher; Hammerhead; Sentry Turret; Plasma Blaster; and Rocket Shield, as well as supporting items like Grapple Guns and Jetpacks. Pre-orders for Worms Rumble are now available on Steam, providing players with a plethora of exclusive cosmetic items, including an exclusive outfit, beanie, skin pattern, baseball bat skin, player banner, and challenge title.
Worms Rumble Key Features:
Real-time, frantic, 32-player action:Worms Rumble makes history as the first game in the series to introduce real-time strategic combat and object destruction
Get more targets with crossplay matchmaking: Whether on PS4, PS5, or PC, players can battle against players from all other platforms
Make your Worm its own: No Worms game would be complete without cosmetics and personalisation, ranging from outfits and hats to skins for your worm and weapons they wield
Lock and load your arsenal: Crates across the maps contain a host of weapons and items, including fan favourites like the Sheep Launcher, Holy Hand Grenade, and Grapple Gun.
Chris Coates, Head of Studio, Team17, said:
“We’re extremely excited to throw open the doors and give players a glimpse into Worms Rumble ahead of its release next month. Worms is a huge franchise that means a lot to us, and what better way to celebrate the series’ 25th anniversary than with a title that revitalises the formula with real-time combat while retaining plenty of that classic charm we’ve come to love over years. Players will even get their hands on some iconic returning weaponry during their time in the beta!”
Danny Martin, Producer, Team17, said:
“All of us at Team17 have had a lot of fun trying Worms Rumble out behind closed doors, and we’re ready to rumble with other fans in the beta. Whether you’re on PC or PlayStation there’s a lot to see in the beta, including dynamic maps that provide plenty of tactical options for players, not to mention cosmetics to customise your Worm and really make it your own! Get ready, because we’ll be meeting you on the battlefield.”