New Update for Baron: Fur is Gonna Fly Takes Off on All Platforms Today
Four Additional Game Modes, New Price and Soundtrack Now Available
PERTH, AUSTRALIA – May 4, 2020 – Baron: Fur is Gonna Fly, the aerial party showdown from Dogmelon Games, takes to the skies with four additional game modes available now on Xbox One and Steam for PC, with the update soaring onto Nintendo Switch May 14. Rookie pilots can join the squadron at a permanently reduced price.
Go snout to snout with up to eight friends in the brand new Paint, King, Capture the Cow and Souvenir modes. Baron’s anthropomorphic dog fighting battles now come with a new difficulty level for bots and a number of quality of life fixes, all at a reduced price of 14.99 USD / 14.99 EUR.
Create a chaotic aerial masterpiece in Paint mode, with teams going head to head covering the arena in their colors. Longevity is the key to victory as pilots create more paint the longer they stay afloat.
In King mode, pilots work together to take down the monarch as they rack up points. The animal who shoots down the sultan becomes the next monarch of the skies, ensuing chaos as the King gets access to special weapons which randomize with each use.
Bovine will fly in Capture the Cow, as pilots race to claim a cow randomly appearing around the map. The longer a plane carries the cow, the more points the flyer gets, but without the ability to shoot or dodge, cow carrying pilots must unleash all the aerial tricks at their disposal to win.
Souvenir mode has planes drop coins whenever they meet an untimely demise, meaning flyers don’t need to be sharp shooters to win. Anyone can swoop in, pick up coins, and claim victory if they keep their eyes peeled.
“After last month’s take off of Baron, our fans told us they loved the game but wanted more ridiculous ways to rule the skies,” said Anthony Wiese, Co-Developer of Dogmelon Games. “We now have eight different ways to engage in aerial hijinks, from extra strategy for those who want a challenge, and more more ways to be a top pilot with added accessibility in new modes.”
Soar back to the early 20th century with Baron’s whimsical original soundtrack, now available for $10 via iTunes. The soundtrack will also be available for free to anyone who has previously purchased a copy of Baron on any platform, veteran pilots can visit the Baron website to secure their copy. With a song for each of the eight anthropomorphic characters, victors can let their favorite theme ring out anytime.
Baron: Fur is Gonna Fly supports English, Chinese and Japanese for Steam, with more to be added.
Perth-based indie studio Dogmelon consists of two veteran game developers with more than 20 years of experience. Fun has been at the centre of everything they create, alongside making family-friendly games that are accessible for all players. Baron is their first foray into an action packed multiplayer title, and a step on their journey to make games that connect people.
To learn more about Dogmelon visit their official website.