About the game
Radical Heights was a free-to-play battle royale from Boss Key Productions. The game released on PC but was unpublished in 2018 after the developer also shut down.
Radical Heights Articles
CliffyB says he's over gaming, blames player toxicity
Cliff Bleszinski, a.k.a. CliffyB, has already said on few occasions that the likelihood of him returning into the world of gaming is slim, at best, and his latest tweets seem to confirm this as he's adamant his next job is not game related.
Radical Heights update promises a performance boost
Radical Heights has been in early access for about a week now, and against all odds it's not performing too bad. Boss Key Productions have released the game's first update that promises to significantly boost performance and fix bugs.
Cliff Bleszinski called Epic out for hiring members of his team
Cliff "CliffyB" Bleszinski is well known as a figure with controversial views and explosive PR stunts. In the latest case of CliffyB's escapades, he called Epic Games out for the habit of hiring members of his team in Boss Key Productions.
CliffyB is writing a book with chapter on Boss Key Productions
Well I can't say I've seen this coming, since CliffyB's decision to step away from the world of gaming after LawBreakers and Radical Heights failed to keep Boss Key Production afloat didn't really look like it was a book worthy material.
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.
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?
Fortnite's downtime was good for both Pornhub and Radical Heights
Fortnite's massive popularity brings some unexpected consequences with it. While the servers were offline yesterday, the game's popular streamers Ninja and Dr Disrespect gave Radical Heights a go, with both of them having a good time.
Radical Heights hopes to take survival genre to radical new heights
It has to be scary trying to enter a market that already houses PUBG and Fortnite, two games that couldn't be squeezing more cash out of the community if they tried, but Radical Heights promises quite a few novelties for the survival genre.