Nerf Legends launches tomorrow, November 19, for PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. To celebrate, a brand-new launch trailer has been released showing off exactly what players can expect when they jump into the fast-paced FPS to become the ultimate Nerf legend.

Based on Hasbro’s iconic Nerf toy line, the game puts you in a variety of different combat arenas as you take on other competitors all vying for the glory of being crowned a Nerf legend. You’ll choose from an impressive arsenal of blasters and other recognizable Nerf products – featuring 15 authentic Nerf blasters from the brand’s Mega, Ultra, and Elite lines (including some 2021 blaster releases) – as you take on NPCs and bosses in the game’s single-player story mode. You’ll also be able to compete against friends in the game’s online multiplayer mode which allows you to play with up to eight other players at once – whether it's a 4v4 match or an 8-player free-for-all battle.

As you pull off acrobatic trick shots and rise through the ranks, you’ll be able to unlock and customize your character with upgradeable blaster perks and skins.

Related: Nerf: Legends Looks To Channel Old-School Shooters With Its Futuristic FPS ApproachComing from GameMill Entertainment – the team behind Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl and Goosebumps The Game – the launch trailer shows off exactly what you may expect from a game featuring Nerf’s toy blasters, which has previously been referred to as a "family-friendly FPS."

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With its cartoony, Fortnite-styled aesthetic, Nerf Legends appears to be a great title for younger gamers – especially those who may be struggling a bit to get into Halo Infinite’s recently released multiplayer mode. At the very least, Nerf Legends should be a great option for family get togethers this holiday season, whether you’re playing against younger family members or simply reveling in a nostalgic video game version of the Nerf wars you used to take part in as a kid yourself.

The game will feature a standard edition ($49.99), as well as a Digital Deluxe Edition ($59.99), which includes the “Alpha Pack” containing the Nerf Elite 2.0 Echo CS-10 blaster, the Nerf Elite 2.0 Phoenix CS-6 blaster, and the special Alpha Suit outfit.

Nerf Legends will be released on November 19 for PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

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