Have you seen the show American Ninja Warrior on NBC? A new season (it’s 11th!) premieres on Wednesday May 29th. Competitors race through a series of challenging obstacles testing their physical ability to the limit. Players that complete the fians course for their designated region move on to the national finals round in Las Vegas where they are faced with a four-stage course designed after the Mt. Midoriyama course in Japan for a chance at the grand prize of $1 million. It’s pretty exciting!
Fans will be thrilled to know that GameMill Entertainment just released American Ninja Warrior Challenge, a new video game available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and XBox One platforms. It’s rated E for Everyone and sells for $39.99.
Key features of the game include:
- Players can choose from a variety of features to customize their very own athlete.
- Unlock new costumes while advancing through Career Mode.
- Train in the Gym to strengthen stats to ensure victory on the course.
- Compete through multiple city courses in order to make it to the National Finals in Las Vegas, collecting various achievements along the way.
- Tackle more than 20 obstacles inspired by the American Ninja Warrior television show.
- Create combinations of challenging obstacles by using the Course Creator.
- Raise the roof, break dance and air guitar. Choose from a variety of fun Celebration emotes to increase stamina.
- Single player or couch multi-player lets everyone join in.
In American Ninja Warrior Challenge, players compete on favorite obstacle courses from the show to earn the American Ninja Warrior title, while show hosts Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbajabiamila provide commentary. Players can test their skills with friends and family in couch multi-player mode or take on career mode to train and compete all the way to Mt. Midoriyama. Check out the trailer below:
Fans can purchase American Ninja Warrior Challenge at major retail locations including: Target, Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart and GameStop, or the NBC store as well as digitally at Nintendo, PlayStation or Microsoft.