Cliff Bleszinski's LawBreakers Is Releasing In Full This Summer

Cliff Bleszinski's LawBreakers Is Releasing In Full This Summer

And luckily, with "none of that $60 multiplayer bullshit."

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Cliff Bleszinski's new multiplayer arena shooter finally has a release date: LawBreakers will be exiting beta and releasing in full on PC and Playstation 4 on August 8 for $29.99. "None of that $60 multiplayer bullshit," said Bleszinski, on stage at the PC Gaming Show for the reveal.

LawBreakers has been in development for a few years now. It was originally announced as a free-to-play sci-fi shooter under a secretive project name, was officially unveiled in 2015, before materializing into what it is today. The game has since shifted away from its original free-to-play model.

Players will be able to play LawBreakers, from Boss Key studios, in its entirety soon. In the meantime, its final closed beta period runs from June 30 to July 4, and you can sign up on the game's official site.

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