About the game
Developed by Boss Key Productions and published by Nexon in 2017, LawBreakers was a team-based first-person shooter. While a clever and pretty fun take on the FPS formula, it could not maintain the numbers and shut down in 2018.
LawBreakers goes free to play, despite Boss Key closing
In case you're looking for a little escape from the sight of EA and Bethesda taking a nice steamy dump all over the games you've spent your formative years with, then we've got a blast from the past - LawBreakers have gone free to play.
Radical Heights is Boss Key's follow-up, battle royale of course
Boss Key Productions definitely have creative talent but their marketing department is lacking in equal measure. Radical Heights their second attempt at releasing into a saturated market, only days after announcing Lawbreaker's failure.
Former Nexon exec's speech on LawBreakers causes controversy
In what has to be one of the most awkward moments in the world of gaming, former Nexon executive Vlad Coho planned to deliver a talk at DevGAMM conference titled "LawBreakers: How I Blew Millions Marketing the Biggest Flop of 2017".
LawBreakers' misfortune was Warframe dev's blessing
In a clear example of the old adage 'one man's trash, another man's treasure', CliffyB and Boss Key's woes over LawBreakers actually helped Digital Extremes realise The Amazing Eternals are a lost cause and instead focus on Warframe.
Boss Key Productions closing after Radical Heights lost players
The developer studio behind LawBreakers and Radical Heights, Boss Key Productions is closing down. Cliff Bleszinski's attempts at another billion dollar franchise have come crashing down as he announced the closure and his own time off.
Radical Heights hits radical lows, 82 per cent players leave
One cannot help but feel sorry for CliffyB and his Bos Key Productions after hearing that players are abandoning Radical Heights in droves, with 82 per cent of playerbase already gone. Could it be that we'll see a repeat of Lawbreakers?
Boss Key Productions announce new game, talk Lawbreakers
Lawbreakers didn't do so well in it's first year. The development team is aware of the fact that they couldn't capture the audience needed in order for the game to thrive. Greener pastures are on their way maybe as they announce a new game.
LawBreakers will soldier on in spite of low player numbers
In spite of close to abysmal player numbers, Boss Key Productions will continue to support and add new content to LawBreakers. A roadmap for the project will be published sometime during this week. All future content for the game will be free.
Why the LawBreakers idea of a AA game falls flat
LawBreakers has launched close to a week ago, and despite a mild overall reception Boss Key Productions aren't overly worried. The game's creators have described the title as double-A (AA), as opposed to their AAA competition, but that isn't entirely true.
You can pre-load LawBreakers for this weekend's open beta test
Another round of open beta testing seems to be in the works for LawBreakers during the coming weekend. There is no official announcement yet, but Steam lists a beta testing date for 28 July 2017 and it seems to coincide with the upcoming PlayStation 4 open beta.