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  • LawBreakers

Team-based shooters are all the rage right now, but only one dares to take it to new levels, both style wise and verticality wise. That game is Lawbreakers, for in this epic, over-the-top, futuristic sci-fi battle adventure you'll team up with others as you take on another team with the mission of beating them in many epic ways. All the while playing as one of a slew of interesting characters that you'll want to try out. So, if you're ready to load up and let loose, then check out what LawBreakers has to offer you.
LawBreakers doesn't give you heroes, they give you anti-heroes, and as such you can either fight to "uphold" the law, or just want to kill someone mercilessly. With a wide range of characters who have unique abilities and weapons that'll boggle your mind and make you laugh out loud, you'll never be bored or starving for something special and new to do.
Which of course brings us to the many different modes of the game. Of course, there's classic deathmatches, but there's also ones like Blitzball, where you have to get a ball and score it in the opponents net. Or Turf War, where you have to work together with teammates to get certain zones under your control. Or maybe Overcharge will be your thing, where you have to not only score points but get your teams battery charged to 100%!
No matter what way you play, the gravity-defying antics of LawBreakers will keep you entertained for some time.

Cliff Bleszinski earned fame during his time at Epic on games including Unreal, Gears of War, and, let us never forget, Jazz Jackrabbit. After spending 20 years with the company, he left in 2012 but returned to making games in 2014 with the arena shooter LawBreakers.  It was good, which unfortunately wasn't enough to make it a success, and after a last-ditch effort to catch the battle royale train in a game called Radical Heights sputtered out, Bleszinski closed his Boss Key Production...


LawBreakers, the high-flying arena FPS created by Cliff Bleszinski's Boss Key Productions, is gone for good. The shutdown date had been set back in June, ending a brief flash of hope that it might have a future as a free-to-play game, and former senior environment artist Josh Rife (who is now filling the same role at Red Storm Entertainment) confirmed just ahead of the weekend that the curtain had fallen on schedule.   Rife also shared concept art for an unreleased map called Valhall...


Despite glowing reviews, LawBreakers failed to sustain a playerbase. Its free-to-play Early Access follow-up Radical Heights was an unsuccessful roll of the dice—one which led Cliff Bleszinski to shutter Boss Key Productions entirely. Now, Bleszinski is writing a book which will address the studio's failures.  Alongside chapters that explore the death of his father, his relationship with his wife, and the end of his first marriage, Bleszinski will talk about his time at the helm...


Among the avalanche of trigger-happy competitive shooters, LawBreakers is an obvious homage to the twitchy, run-and-gunnners of yesteryear like Quake and Doom. Set in an over-the-top, zero-gravity arena, it encourages and demands from its players a mastery of sharpshooting and bullet-pumping. It s a pity this may have deterred many aspiring LawBreakers players, and a double pity that the ill-fated studio is shutting down its servers in September. To be at the receiving end of a dizzying, acrobat...


What's the most underrated game on PC? This is the subject of the PCG Q&A, where each Saturday (and sometimes on Wednesdays too), we ask the global PC Gamer team for their answers to a burning question. We then encourage you to drop your answers to the same question in the comments thread below. There's no comprehensive answer to this one, obviously, and it's just a bit of fun. We've picked games that either sold badly, were ignored despite having something to offer, or g...





  • OS: Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions only)
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Extreme CPU QX6850/AMD A8-3870k (Quad Core CPU’s)
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 660, AMD Radeon 7870
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 30 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Minimum specs listed are based on pre-alpha game build and subject to change.



  • OS: Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions only)
  • Processor: Intel Core i7 -4790
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 970, AMD Radeon R9 290
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 30 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Recommended specs optimized for 90FPS. With a high end card like a Nvidia GTX 980 Ti the game should run at 144hz.
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