LawBreakers Releases their Biggest Update Yet

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If there’s something one cannot deny from Cliff Bleszinski’s LawBreakers is the effort that fuels the whole project since its release. Even if numbers are not really accompanying, the game keeps on adding new content. The last batch to arrive, the All-Star Update, seems to their biggest one up to date. It is already out for Steam and PlayStation 4 users.

One of the first features that jump out is a new ranked mode, Boss Leagues. This ladder-style mode aims to more competitive players and it’s launching as a beta first. That’s why the first season goes by the name of Season 0 – although everyone participating will get already a fair share of freebies. The only requirement here is to be level 5 already.

Another sweet treat is the addition of two new maps, Gateway and Redfalls New Moon. The first is a new arena battleground, described as the “world’s first ‘mobile stadium”. The second is an overhauled version of the already existing Redfalls map.

On top of that, LawBreakers is getting multi-region queuing (aka faster matchmaking), extra balancing changes, better tutorials and more cosmetic items. As with their other updates, All-Star comes completely free for all players. All in all, and despite their somehow mild success, Boss Key remains committed to makes the most out of their game.

Have you tried this FPS in zero gravity, Fanatics? What’s your opinion on LawBreakers‘ direction and do you think it will manage to reach the FPS Halls of Fame? Let the discussion begin in the comment section down below

 

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