One of the highlights of 2022 so far has been the return of offline tournaments. While Capcom Cup was still a bust, we have been cheered by the return of Combo Breaker and Community Effort Orlando. In a tweet on their official account, Combo Breaker have now announced All-In Together, a series of small-scale tournaments meant to engage even more players.
The idea behind All-In Together is to cover as many fighting game titles as possible. While there are about 24 fighting game titles slated for the event, there are even more fighting games in existence. So, in a bid to ensure that everyone has something to play, All-In Together will be available for everyone.
According to a statement on their website, Combo Breaker intimated that with the addition of these community events, CB2022 now has an eye-watering 53 open-bracket tournaments which will all take place on-site.
The extra community tournaments will be organized by other TOs working in concert with Combo Breaker and some of the games involved include:
- Ultra Street Fighter IV
- Duck Game
- Guilty Gear Xrd
- Dead or Alive 6
- Rivals of Aether
- Slap City
You can check out the full list here.