Snake charming Mal’Damba added to Paladins’ open beta

For the first time since the Open Beta has been running, a brand new champion has been added to Paladins.

Mal’Damba is a new Support-class character who uses his snake charming abilities to both heal friend and damage foe. His weapon of choice is a cobra which is fired by squeezing. We’re not sure how the snake feels about it, but it seems to work.

For full details of the patch, check the detailed patch notes, or watch the video below. Or do both, I’m not your mum.

Paladins is in open beta on PC and is coming to PS4 and Xbox One. Stay tuned to PowerUp! for our impressions.

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Leo Stevenson
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