The quick, 3v3 matches of Rocket League are instantly compelling. That’s a huge part of the pseudo-football game’s enduring popularity years after launch. If you were to add the character abilities found in other competitive games – say, Overwatch, for example – you might wind up with something like Super Buckyball Tournament.

Super Buckyball Tournament, featured at the F5 Games Show 2020 hosted by China’s 24 Entertainment, is based on that same core of 3v3 soccer. It’s simple enough to understand at a glance, but difficult to master. With the addition of distinct characters, mastery becomes even more of a challenge. You’ll have to learn moves, speeds, and abilities specific to each character in order to play as and counter each one.

Super Buckyball Tournament is currently in ‘open alpha development,’ according to developer Pathea Games. What that means for us is that there’s a Steam demo to try out right now, and it doesn’t cost a dime to play. “This is not an official launch of the game, but rather an ongoing trial which we might take down should the need arise,” Pathea Games says. “This means the game is open for the public to play and new updates will be added to the game as we finish developing them.”

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