The Legend of The Brofist release date has been announced by YouTube sensation PewDiePie. During his vlog, he announced that Legend of The Brofist will come out for Android and iOS this September 24, 2015. PewDiePie?made the announcement at 1:00 in the video below:
PewDiePie also showed more of the game at 1:10 in the video above. He showed how Markiplier will be appearing in the game as well as a fight against General Barrel.
According to Eurogamer, Legend of the Brofist will be made by Quebec studio. The 2-D platformer game will feature other YouTubers such as CinnamonToastKen and JackSepticEye, the report said. Pewdiepie himself and his girlfiend, Cutiepie Marzia, will be playable in the game. Users will also be accompanied by both star?s pugs: Maya and Edgar.
Why Is A YouTuber Getting A Video Game?
If you?re asking why a PewDiePie game will be made?(real name: Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg), then you might be unaware of this YouTuber’s?star power. Pewdiepie currently?has a total of 39 million subscribers and 10 billion views on YouTube.
According to Forbes, PewDiePie has made a total of $7.4 million in revenue in 2014. PewDiePie celebrated his $7.4 million success with his fans by making a ?$1 million for charity!? video where he helped host charities for the World Wildlife Fund, St Jude, Save the Children, and Charity: Water, Forbes reported.
PewDiePie has frequently received criticism as people being labeled him as someone who screams his way to become rich and famous. PewDiePie first became famous for playing horror games and while many of his fans (which he calls as the bro army) love him for being truthful and honest as he always screams like a girl whenever he plays these terrifying games which has lots of jumpscares, many felt frustrated and labeled the star as an attention whore.
When criticisms arose after stories surfaced that PewDiePie garnered $7.4 million, PewDiePie earnestly talked about the issue in his video. He also made a statement to everyone who thinks he was making money easily:??If you think someone?s funnier, go refresh their videos over and over, because that?s how we get paid,? PewDiePie said as reported by The Verge.