This year’s PAX East 2016 event was amazing, but there was one booth jam packed with gamers waiting to play LawBreakers. What’s LawBreakers? If you don’t know your nuts – LawBreakers is a first-person shooter in which even the laws of physics can be shattered, creating intense gravity-based combat and resulting in an ever-evolving and bloody arena. Set in a futuristic rebuilt America, players will choose whether to kill for the nobility of the “Law,” or go out for blood as a “Breaker,” as they take part in the conflict raging across iconic locations including the boiling oceans off the Santa Monica coastline, to a gravity ravaged Grand Canyon and nearly unrecognizable Mount Rushmore.
The team at Boss Key Productions recently revealed a more distinct look and tone for their game, setting LawBreakers apart in a crowded market by embracing the mature attitude of Cliff’s initial vision.
In addition to revamping the reimagined – and Shura-owned – Grand Canyon in the Grandview Map, Boss Key has expanded their cast of ruthless antiheroes. Hellion and Bomchelle have joined the side of the “Law”, and two more characters, Kintaro and Toska-9, are allied with the “Breakers”. These new killers round out the current slate of characters involved in this brutal conflict and give both sides mirrored roles with complementary weapons and abilities. These additions will create a more balanced gameplay experience, giving players access to all the current roles, represented in a symmetric fashion, whether they play as “Law” or “Breakers”
Players can register now for the chance to participate and dominate, in LawBreakers’ upcoming series of public Alpha tests on www.lawbreakers.com, becoming one of the first to get their hands on the highly anticipated game Dates for the Alpha tests have not yet been announced, but fans can sign up via the website or Wishlist LawBreakers on Steam to be first in the know.
Again, fans who want to jump into the energetic gravity-based combat and dominate the competition can register now for the chance to be selected for a series of public Alpha tests.
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