The upcoming South African-developed beat em’ up, Boet Fighter, is releasing on Steam on 8 October 2019 and I’m not even flippen joking my charnas. South Africans and everyone else really can mark their calendars right now in permanent marker, as South African developer Cali4Ways announced the Boet Fighter release date on their Facebook page today.
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Soon, very soon boet, you will be able to jump into the tight vest of Hard Eddy and take to Johannesburg and all the hottest clubs in order to find the missing binnet. It is awesome to finally be able to mark our calendars and know for sure that the game will release on Steam on 8 October 2019. You can also head on over to the game’s Steam page right now to Wishlist it. At the time of writing, the Steam page has not been updated to reflect the release date or price.
Even the Boet Fighter release date announcement has some real flavour to it, as Cali4Ways explains that:
[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”#16EBE0″ class=”” size=”20″] It’s FAANALLY taam, charnas! Mark it on your calendar, and schedule a appointment with your dentist, boet, because we’re gonna jol a forty-step Allan Donald-style run-up, and drib you raaght in the face! Boet Fighter is being released. Yes, boet, really! Laak, REALLY, really, charna! ON TUESDAY OCTOBER 08 we will officially launch to the public on Steam, where you can already klap the game into your wishlist.
Go tune it on the mountain, charnas! Over the hills and in the gym! Boet Fighter is about to go daan, boet, and if you don’t baah it, you are obviously a terrible person. PS, before anyone asks (so we don’t have to drib you), yes, there will be mobaal and console versions released soon after we klap Steam in the tits. We’ll jol releases dates for those asap, boet. [/perfectpullquote]
If you’ve never, ever been close to the hype level you are feeling right now after reading the Boet Fighter release date announcement, then we won’t blame you. It is always awesome to see a South African game release and this one is sure to klap it hard on Steam.
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Are you excited for Boet Fighter and have you scheduled an appointment with your dentist? Let us know in the comment section below and check out the story trailer in case you missed it.
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