You've heard of the MOBA, but how about the MOSA? Way of Redemption is trying to make that particular acronym and thing, and we're inclined to go along with it.
Penciled in for a November 7 release on Steam, it's right around the corner. If you've ever hit up an arcade and found one of those 4-player Pacman air hockey games, it's a little bit like that.
Two teams take their side of the field and compete to bash a ball into the goal on the opposite side by slamming themselves into it. Automatically being assigned the B in MOBA, though, calling this one a MOSBA seems more fitting as each character can call on their unique abilities and attacks to disrupt their opponent and, with enough force, take them down out-right, leaving the goal wide open.
From the looks of things, character customization is possible in a more individual manner than similar titles. Rather than just earning and assigning a skin, you can hop into the editor and equip gear specific slots. These don't look to affect a character's stats, but it's difficult to say for sure with the trailer's in-game text being Spanish.
And yes, we can see lootboxes in there, but we're told a progression system is in place to unlock new content. Problem is, there are only 4 playable heroes. Free updates are promised, and with a focus on a potential eSport, developers Pixel Cream will likely add more over time.