Rumbleverse Season 1: Release Date, Battle Pass, More |…

Rumbleverse, the wrestling-inspired take on the Battle Royale genre, is finally out. Did Epic Games land another hit after Fortnite? How to play Rumbleverse and what’s in it? Find out here.

Rumbleverse Season 1 is coming soon, here are all the details about it. | © Epic Games

Do you remember Rumbleverse? Epic Games’ new Battle Royale release, which focuses on melee combat and wrestling moves, was announced a while ago and was supposed to be here already. After some delays, Rumbleverse finally released on August 11. We’ll show you everything the game has to offer right now and take a look at Rumbleverse Season 1.

Rumbleverse Season 1 – Everything We Know

Rumbleverse works the same way as other Battle Royale games: 40 players are placed on a card (here it bears the great name of Grapital City), the last person standing wins. But the peculiarity is that you do not have firearms, the fights take place only in melee. The game is available now for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC. You have one week to play the game and get used to it, before Season 1 starts.

Release date

Rumbleverse Season 1 begins August 18 at 7 a.m. PDT / 9 a.m. CST / 4 p.m. CEST. Unfortunately, there will be no type of preloading and details on the size of the update have yet to be revealed. Hopefully there won’t be too many server issues…

Battle Pass

Rumbleverse Game
Rumbleverse Season 1 will introduce a battle pass to the game | © Epic Games

Rumbleverse is free, so obviously it has a battle pass. The developers haven’t announced what’s in there yet, though. We expect a version of the usual fare: skins, icons, banners and other cosmetics.

However, we know how much it will cost. You will need to pay 1000 Brawlla Bills, which is the game’s premium currency. This translates to around $9.99. You can also buy a more expensive version for 2400 Brawlla Bills ($19.99), which includes 20 level skips.

Check out our first reaction to the Rumbleverse reveal:


Three modes are currently available in Rumbleverse, Solo, Duos and Playground. Solo features standard Battle Royale gameplay, you versus 39 other bozos. Duos pit you against a friend or random player, and together you fight for your survival in Grapital City. In this mode, you have fewer stat slots and less health than in solo rounds. If your friend is eliminated, you are rewarded with more health and slots.

Playground is a completely different affair from other modes. This is a free roaming mode, where you can explore Grapital City. You can find so-called training pods all over town, which offer tutorial missions and gameplay lessons. You can explore the city alone or with a friend. The cool thing about it is that you and your friend can fight here. It’s the perfect way to practice Rumbleverse gameplay while freely having fun with your friends.

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