LawBreakers Gameplay Video Showcases Gears of War Creator's New FPS
Get a quick overview of the characters in the game and what they can do.
The video shows off some of the arenas that will be available to play in the PC arena-based shooter. Additionally, a few characters and their classes from the game are also showcased.
These include Kitsune, an Assassin that wields two blades and a grappling hook; Breacher, a Gunner that has a jetpack, allowing him to float; and Maverick, a Skirmisher that can jump high, fly far, and seems to have a force push-like ability.
Chronos, meanwhile, is a Titan class capable of releasing a shockwave from himself and dishing out pain through his rocket launcher. See them all in action below.
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As previously announced, LawBreakers is set in a sci-fi world after a major catastrophe called The Shattering has occurred. Boss Key released the first pre-alpha footage for the game, which runs on Unreal Engine 4, during PAX East back in April.
More recently, Boss Key teased LawBreaker with a new video titled "After The Shattering." Take a look at the 30-second video here.
For more on the game, you can check out some weapon concept art and read Bleszinski's thoughts about the free-to-play business model and how his new game won't be pay-to-win.
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