Street Power Soccer trailer shows off Panna Mode
A new trailer has been released for Street Power Soccer (Street Power Football worldwide) that introduces the 1v1 Panna Mode.
Panna is a freestyle mode that sees two players competing against each other with the aim being to achieve a panna, which is knocking the ball through the opponent’s legs. In Street Power Soccer, games last five minutes or a total of five points, with one point for a goal and two points for a panna. Players must score goals or perform tricks to fill their energy bar and then approach the opponent to start a panna contest, which involves pressing the correct buttons in order in the fastest time. There’s also a Panna KO variant available that ends the match after the first panna.
In addition to Panna, players will be able to take part in the dance-like Freestyle mode, 2v2 and 3v3 Street Power matches, Trick Shot, Elimination, and the Become the Street King story mode.
Publisher Maximum Games also revealed four more real-world panna players that will be joining the game: Anas Boukami from France, Ahmed Rakaba from Berlin, Kristoffer Liicht from Denmark, and Jeand Doest from the Netherlands.
Street Power Soccer launches August 25th for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
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