News Cliff Bleszinski Says He'll Never Make Another Game
LawBreakers took its toll
LawBreakers really didn't do well. That much is obvious, but what isn't is that it took so much of a toll on developer Cliff Bleszinski that he was vowed to never make another video game ever again. A Twitter user reached out to the man himself yesterday requesting a refund for his purchase of LawBreakers. This was of...
News LawBreakers Publisher Blames PUBG for Poor Sales
Nexon doesn't seem too pleased
Today in quotes that are sure to turn heads, LawBreakers publisher Nexon has stated that PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is at least partially responsible for the failure of its team-based shooter. LawBreakers launched in August last year, but it quickly fell off the radar and has reportedly struggled to maintain a...
News Struggling Shooter LawBreakers May End Up Free-to-Play Down the Line
Cliffy B. isn't ruling it out
It's no secret that LawBreakers has struggled since it launched earlier in the year. By most accounts it's a fun shooter, but it's never managed to retain a sizeable playerbase. The only publicity it gets these days is when sites write stories about how dangerously low its player count is on Steam. Could going...
News Cliffy B 'Has to Keep LawBreakers Alive' After 'Humbling' Launch
Is the game here to stay?
Hey, remember LawBreakers? Okay, we admit that was a cheap shot -- especially for an opening sentence -- but at least Cliff Blezinski is taking the popularity of his latest project seriously. The veteran developer, now head of Boss Key Productions, has opened up to GameSpot, speaking rather candidly about the...
Interview Cliff Bleszinski Discusses LawBreakers and Leading Boss Key Productions
Laying down the law
Overwatch’s Summer Games began last week. If you’ve been too busy praying to Jeff Kaplan that you’d be blessed with Mercy’s Winged Victory or McCree’s Lifeguard skin, you might’ve missed the release of LawBreakers. It’s a competitive first-person shooter from Boss Key Productions that’s been in the works for three...
Arena shooters aren’t all that common on consoles. Sure, we’ve had general examples like Unreal Tournament, Team Fortress 2, and DOOM land on PlayStation platforms, but these titles are best experienced and sometimes exclusively made for PC. LawBreakers was going to be no exception with its focus on insanely fast speed and chaotic...
News LawBreakers Has Some Criminal Tech Issues on PS4 at Launch
Someone call the cops
LawBreakers has some problems on the PlayStation 4 right now. The first-person shooter from Epic Games alumnus Cliff Bleszinski has a hitching (or stutter) issue that kills the responsiveness of the release’s controls in online battles. Eurogamer.net’s tech department Digital Foundry ponders whether it’s a network issue...
Hands On Does LawBreakers Exert Its Own Pull in the Multiplayer Shooter Scene?
There's not a single competitive shooter that can avoid the shadow that Overwatch has cast. As we were adjusting to the classes of Boss Key Production’s upcoming LawBreakers, we heard one of our friend’s remark, “Oh, the Battle Medic is a hybrid of Junkrat and Zenyatta.” At another point, we realised that one of the Titan...
News ClffyB's LawBreakers Free Falls to PS4 This Year
Power of attorney
Cliff Bleszinski is back in the game – literally. The ex-Gears of War maker has announced that LawBreakers, the gravity-defying first-person shooter from his new studio Boss Key Productions, is coming to the PlayStation 4 later this year. It’ll cost $29.99/£24.99 on the console, so it’s not gunning for the free-to-play...
News Cliff Bleszinski's LawBreakers Seemingly Teased for PS4
Fought the law
Who’s heard of LawBreakers, then? No one? It’s the game that Gears of War maker Cliff Bleszinski’s been working on forever – a kind of free-to-play first-person shooter that’s had its lunch eaten by Overwatch like so many others of its ilk. But there’s news ahead: it may be coming to the PlayStation 4 at some point in the...