Cliff Bleszinski’s LawBreakers coming to PS4

PlayStation 4 version to debut at E3 2017.


LawBreakers, the upcoming multiplayer first-person shooter from Cliff Blesinzki studio Boss Key Productions and publisher Nexon, is coming to PlayStation 4 in addition to the previously announced PC version, Nexon announced.

The PlayStation 4 version will launch simultaneously with the PC version later this year for $29.99. Nexon confirmed there will be no season pass-style program and that all future content updates will be free. There are no also no “pay-to-win” mechanics, with the only paid elements being “a robust offering of cosmetics” for players to earn via the game’s Stash-Box system.

The game will be enhanced for PlayStation 4 Pro and promises to challenge even the best players with its “thrilling fast-paced, omni-directional gameplay with innovative movement systems and combat abilities.” The PlayStation 4 version will make its playable debut at E3 2017 from June 13 to 15.

Here’s an overview of the game, via Nexon:

From the mind of Bleszinski, LawBreakers is set in a brand new futuristic world where the laws of gravity have been turned upside down. A war between the Law and the Breakers rages across a variety of iconic locations such as the boiling oceans of the Santa Monica coastline to the gravity-ravaged Grand Canyon and beyond.

Both PlayStation 4 and PC users can sign up for an upcoming beta here.

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