Yes! You can pick up a copy of StarBlood Arena in participating retail locations or digitally through the PlayStation Store.
That’s a fancy way of saying you’re free to move around the map in all directions – up, down, left, right, forward and backward with pitch, yaw and roll.
Most of the time, no. In general, ships will not cause damage through that type of collision – unless you’re playing as Blade the assassin! He deploys a melee move called Wing Blades which is a lunging attack. In that case, yes you may crash into ships and damage them, otherwise – use your guns! I’m out of ammo!
Your ammo will regenerate on its own – so keep shooting and know when to retreat! There are also supply drops and other game conditions which will allow you to pick up additional munitions.
BloodBux is the currency of StarBlood Arena! You can use your hard earned space loot to purchase ship upgrades and customizations.
Absolutely! There are several fun multiplayer and co-op modes and the PlayStation party system makes connecting with your friends quick and easy!
Of course! Modes like Burn Circuit, Skirmish and Invaders make it easy to play at your own pace, solo!
Yes, we currently support the T.Flight Hotas 4 joystick
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Please don’t! You’re definitely going to want to sit and not stand while playing with the headset on. We don’t want you falling into an interstellar abyss, but we do want you to be comfy, so take a seat and have fun!