The game's publisher blamed LawBreakers for poor performance during the quarter and targeted PUBG as the main culprit.
It might not be the highest priority for Boss Key Productions, but at least they're thinking about it.
Welcome to a post-shattering United States, as the Law and Breakers teams do battle around an adorable mascot statue.
Cliff Bleszinski says the game's launch has been a 'humbling' experience for him, but he and his team are going to keep it alive.
LawBreakers harkens back to the days of old-school arena shooters, but is the anti-gravity combat enough to make it stand out? Our review.
It's a satisfying representation of a good kill.
He really wanted 'buttery smooth' movement, and he thinks the game has achieved that.
One last chance to try LawBreakers for free and help the development team work out the kinks before launch.
Anyone can try out the multiplayer FPS now for free.
Cliff Bleszinski says that he's always felt his life has been a competition with id Software
VR has potential, but the companies acting as gatekeepers need to adjust their strategies for the medium to broaden its appeal.
Boss Key’s Cliff Bleszinski wants to change the way we view competitive shooters.
The game is coming out of beta on August 8.
One more beta is planned before launch on PC and PS4.
The game will cost $30 when it is finally released.
Sign-ups have begun on the official site for the PC-only arena shooter.
LawBreakers presents elements from arena shooters of yore mixed with contemporary class-based titles.
Boss Key co-founder Cliff Bleszinski wants to make North Carolina an appealing place for game devs 'in spite of recent laws.'
Lawbreakers is a fast, frenetic throwback to old-school arena shooters, and we've tried it out for ourselves.
Yet another mutliplayer shooter changes from being free-to-play to being a 'digital premium title.'