E3 2017: Frantics Revealed

NapNok Games just revealed their upcoming PlayLink game during the E3 2017 PlayStation Media Briefing. Frantics is coming to the PlayStation 4 in 2018. Check out the montage trailer below along with part of the press release and stay tuned to PS Nation for more on this game and many others.

Frantics is a party game for up to four players, hosted by a scheming, manipulative and… charmingly unfair Fox. He will do anything to stir up controversy, encourage backstabbing and incite shenanigans.

Part of the PlayLink range, Frantics is a collection of madcap mini-games with genres ranging from frenetic action arena brawls to strategic turn based games. All players fight to win the most crowns throughout the game – but the Fox also introduces a secondary currency, coins, that can be used for bribery, backstabbing, sabotaging and all kind of mischief.

Key Messages

  • A whole new way to play – With your smartphone or tablet controller, shake, tilt, swipe, use the camera and watch a private screen for secret information and missions as you play in a cunning new way.
  • A twisted clay world – in the world of Frantics, anything can happen – the characters just invite being whacked with baseball bats, flattened by steam rollers or thrown from high cliffs!
  • 15 frenetic mini-games – Combined with the Fox’s super evil bonus challenges, these mini-games are less about quick reflexes and precise controls and more about manipulating and outfoxing each other in dastardly ways!
  • Shake-to-make characters – Choose between 12 different animal characters – each one being fully customizable with intuitive shake-to-make functionality!

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