Them's Fightin' Herds will be Hitting Consoles this Fall

Modus Games and Mane6 brings the Them's Fightin' Herds fights to console gamers.

By Rayan, Posted 25 May 2022

This fall, Them's Fightin' Herds will be available on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S consoles. Cross-play will be available across all of them and Steam, and the rollback netcode will be used (still GGPO). A new trailer was published by Modus Games to celebrate this announcement.

On top of the digital edition, a physical version will also be available for purchase on each platform. As soon as the console releases are listed in retail locations, we will be able to preorder them through the Mane6 website.

Them's Fightin' Herds, Modus Games, Mane6, Console Edition, NoobFeed

In addition, the Development Director of the Mane6 Dev Team, Aaron Stavely, confirmed the translation of TFH into new languages in preparation for the console release. Shortly they are going to announce the languages that are supported. As was said in the most recent Development Update, subtitles will be added to the intros and outros of the versus mode so that a more significant number of players will be able to understand and appreciate the trash talking.

The next significant update for TFH will be version 3.0, which will feature a new gameplay concept known as level 3 supers. Level 3 supers are dramatic moves that use a fully charged meter to bring forth the full power of your fighter. New balancing adjustments have been made to various universal mechanics, including but not limited to the metergain system, Cross Canter, and tech rolling, and they have been implemented in conjunction with the update.

Them's Fightin' Herds was released on Steam on 1 May 2020 and immediately received many good reviews, totaling over 2400.

Azfar Rayan (@AzfarRayan)
Editor, NoobFeed

comments powered by Disqus

Related News

  • Valve Sued Over Steam Deck Feature

    By DShelley, Posted May 17, 2023

    Valve has been named in a lawsuit over patent infringement, with regards to rumble, or haptic, technology used in their handheld console, the Steam Deck, as well as other hardware.

  • Mortal Kombat 12 Reveal Teased by Ed Boon

    By DShelley, Posted May 17, 2023

    It would seem that the next entry into the Mortal Kombat game series, Mortal Kombat 12, will soon be revealed. This is mainly because the co-creator of the gruesomely brutal fighti


View All

Popular Articles