Lawbreakers Has Landed On Steam

Launch day can be a very important time for video game developers, as it’s a sign that all of their hard work has paid off, and now it’s time...
Lawbreakers

Launch day can be a very important time for video game developers, as it’s a sign that all of their hard work has paid off, and now it’s time to see what the world thinks about their game. For Cliffy B. and the team at Boss Key Productions, their time has come for their intense shooter Lawbreakers. This game seeks to take multiplayer shooting to a whole new level, and it’s going to do it in style.

So, what makes Lawbreakers different from every other shooter out there? Gravity. The game prides itself on being an “omnidirectional” shooter. That means that you can literally shoot from any angle, as you can jump, fly, cling to object, and just overall defy gravity in a plethora of ways. This creates an experience like no other as you will try and fight other players to see just who is the best Lawbreaker out there.

Adding even more to the madness is the fact that Lawbreakers has nine different roles of characters, and each one adds something special to the mix. Some are healers, some are melee specialists, some are hit-and-run tacticians, and more. You’ll have the chance to play as your preferred role and then unleash havoc on your foes. But remember, even though you have your preferred role, others have theirs as well, so you must be constantly aware of your surroundings in order to survive.

But the game also knows it has to raise the bar in regards to the modes you play in as well. So their battle modes have special rules and utilize both the game world and your ability to defy gravity to create the most intense matches you’ve ever seen in a shooter. Lawbreakers is available now on Steam, so don’t miss out on the action!

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