Lethal League Blaze is an indie fighting game developed by Team Reptile. It is a sequel to the 2014 title Lethal League. It was released on Steam on October 24, 2018. Versions for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch were released on July 12, 2019.
There are 12 playable characters in Lethal League Blaze.
|Grid||Nitro||Toxic*||Dust and Ashes*|
There are 17 stages in Lethal League Blaze. 10 stages are 3D stages released with Blaze, and 7 (Retro) stages are 2D stages taken from the original Lethal League. Retro stages are unlocked by playing matches.
|Outskirts (Blaze)||The Sewers (Blaze)||Scrap Desert|
|New Rise District||Workbot Factory||The Subways|
|Paradise Field||Central Streets||Abandoned Pool (Blaze)|
|Room 21 (Blaze)|
Retro Stages (from LL1)
|Industrial Outskirts||Abandoned Pool||Underground Sewer System|
|Room 21||City Streets||Hammer Express|
|State Manufacturing Facility|
Blaze has an active community that holds constant online tournaments, primarily through Stadium, but there are also active communities specific to Japan and Australia/New Zealand. A few notable grassroots tournaments have been held for Blaze, such as Slayer's Final and Battle for the Onion. There is also an ongoing series exclusively for new players, called the New Player Challenge. For a full list of past tournaments, see List of Blaze tournaments.
Lethal League Blaze is a difficult game, but there are guides and resources to help you improve at the game!
There are also mods to improve aspects of the game.
For a detailed list of various external resources, see List of resources (Blaze).
There is also a Gameplay category on this site that covers Blaze fundamentals, matchup strategies, and character tech ranging from beginner to advanced level. These gameplay articles are currently under construction and may not be complete.