Moses and Amaterasu Join the FIGHT OF GODS!

What You Need to Know:

  • Who would've thought that Moses, the man who split the sea into two just so his people could be free now has a role in a video game? That would seem like crazy talk at first but not for Digital Crafter. The developer along with PQube are thrilled to announce that Moses and the legendary Sun God Amaterasu are making their debut in FIGHT OF GODS!
  • To see the character breakdowns for both Moses and Amaterasu, be sure to scroll down below.
  • FIGHT OF GODS brings the ultimate battle of destiny to Steam on August 22, 2017!

Source: Official Press Release

Character Details

Moses

Chiseller of tablets and parter of seas, this prophet cannot be underestimated. A slave who resisted the pharaoh and led his people to freedom, he's seen some things and knows how to throw down with the best of them. Arriving in a parallel world and thrust into the FIGHT OF GODS, Moses is here to let his punches go!

Armed with the power of the ten commandments, Moses crushes his opponent with the stone tablets of wisdom. Don't be fooled by his wizened visage, Moses moves and twirls with the quickness of a cat, using his powerful tablets as a counter-weights. And even when all seems lost, he can part the seas and reveal the path to victory!

Amaterasu

The Goddess of the Sun and Mother of Emperors enters the FIGHT OF GODS. Her grace and beauty is only matched by the fiery fury of her arrows.

A ranged specialist who can fire projectiles from a multitude of angles, both grounded and in the air, Amaterasu controls the screen with expert precision. If the opponent gets past her dominant zoning game, her uppercut, sun shield and wide-arcing Heavy attack can keep the opponent at bay and re-establish distance.


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Now we only need god himself to make an appearance and we truly will have a battle on our hands!

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Then it would truly be GOD-like!


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