The staple of any new DreadBall Season are its teams, and Season 3 doesn’t fail to deliver, with the Teratons the cream of the crop. Jake had this to say.

They’ve been tricker to develop than previous teams as they’re getting increasingly subtle and thinky in their tactics. But that was always the intention.

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It will be interesting to see how they interact with the very straightforward teams from the core game. I’m thinking in a year’s time, perhaps, when folk are really starting to get their teeth into the subtleties of each team and have evolved individual team tactics and styles. I’ll start this off by including a few more tactical hints in with these ones than I did with earlier teams because their real strengths aren’t necessarily obvious on paper. The real excitement is in developing your own though.

Even so, there will be some initial surprise as always with new teams, though I think things will settle down quickly enough. After all, the game only came out last November and we’ve come a long way with it since then. It’s not even a year old.

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Let us know what you think of the new teams in the comments!

DreadBall Season 3 is now available to pre-order and will begin shipping on the 27th September – grab your sets here!

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