Go vertical and show off your first person shooter skills. The game that was our nominee for best shooter of E3 2017, LawBreakers launches today on Sony PlayStation 4 and PC. The new shooter brings a focus on the competitive side with amazing vertical combat, dynamic movement systems and combat abilities. The game will feature nine different roles, eight gravity-defying maps, and five different game modes that all culminate in high-intensity multiplayer team-based battles.
“From the beginning, we committed ourselves at Boss Key to find the fun first when making LawBreakers, and place gameplay ahead of everything else. Since then, we’ve worked to push the genre into a new direction, taking everything we’ve learned in the past to deliver a super-fast FPS that challenges gamers to be their best and truly compete in gravity-defying combat,” said Cliff Bleszinski, co-founder and CEO, Boss Key Productions. “We’re thankful to all the fans that participated in the various alphas and betas we rolled out. We always strived to do “open development,” and found that being upfront and honest with our testing, along with no NDAs, provided invaluable, transparent feedback. Without this rapport, the game wouldn’t be what it is today – and we think we have something really special because of it.”
LawBreakers is going to be launching simultaneously on Sony PlayStation 4 and on Steam today at a starting price of $29.99. This price includes all future non-cosmetic content updates.
“We’re very proud to be publishing the debut title for Boss Key Productions, one of the hottest new American game development studios,” said Jungsoo Lee, General Manager of Nexon America, the California-based publisher of LawBreakers. “We truly believe Cliff and team have developed something great, breathing fresh air into the multiplayer FPS genre and pushing it to a new level. The game is generating so much player excitement.”
To read more about LawBreakers you can read our preview of the game, here. If you want to pick up the game on Steam you can follow this link, here.