Mother Russia Bleeds is Now Available

It was announced today by independent developer Le Cartel and the violent revolutionaries of Devolver Digital, that the side-scrolling beat ‘em up Mother Russia Bleeds, is available now on PC, Mac, and Linux.

Check out the launch trailer of Mother Russia Bleeds, featuring an animated video of the game:

“Mother Russia Bleeds is an ultra-violent co-op brawler overflowing with an unmistakable style and unforgettably brutal action for up to four players at once. Set in an alternate U.S.S.R, the story centers on a desperate crew of imprisoned street fighters that must overcome an oppressive criminal authority and forced drug addictions through any means necessary. Battle solo or alongside friends in an exceptional story mode campaign or harden your resolve in the savage Survival Mode.

Merciless Struggle: Pull yourself up from the cold, hard ground to punch, claw, and stab your way through the hardened ghettos, violent prisons, grim laboratories, and decadent clubs.

Powerful Narcotics: Embrace your crippling addiction with a quick injection to crush skulls, snap necks, and tear flesh from bone in a drug-fueled maniacal rage. Find your next fix flowing through the veins of your fallen foes and jam your needle into their convulsing bodies to fill your beloved syringe.

Local Co-Op: Crack your knuckles and select a combatant to go it alone or rumble alongside friends in an ultraviolent co-op ruckus with up to four players.

“It’s true that Mother Russia Bleeds is so violent it makes you nauseous, but on the plus side the game lets you beat down drug-dealing baddies with so much stuff – your fists, telephone poles, other people’s heads, toilets, toilet paper, fire extinguishers, motorcycles, chainsaws, and an accordion. That’s art right there, nerds,” noted Devolver Digital CFO Fork Parker.

Mother Russia Bleeds is available now on PC, Mac, and Linux with an arrival on PlayStation 4 expected later this year. Street brawlers can get their fix via Twitter @RussiaBleeds and @DevolverDigital or by visiting motherrussiableeds.com on the world wide web.”

For more information on Mother Russia Bleeds, visit its official website.