LawBreakers will solely be a month previous by the tip of the week, but it surely seems its future is already set in stone due to a content material roadmap for This autumn 2017 that Cliff Bleszinski and his studio, Boss Key Productions, teased on Twitter not too long ago.
As seen within the picture, future content material for LawBreakers on the PlayStation 4 and PC will comprise of new maps (Namsan and Gateway), numerous new options, Boss Leagues, and a brand new class. And, in fact, run-of-the-mill updates may also be rolled out all year long. The picture does suggest that this content material will come out sequentially (from left-most picture to proper), however the sport’s Twitter account does additionally be aware that online game improvement and its altering nature is at all times topic to vary.
This announcement comes at a time when LawBreakers isn’t doing significantly effectively on the PC (and doubtlessly on the PlayStation 4). As acknowledged in a earlier article, regardless of receiving favorable critiques and being launched to a seemingly receptive market, the sport has merely been unable to discover a strong foothold. On the time of publishing that earlier piece, the sport solely had a peak of 354 gamers throughout the final 24-hour interval and that quantity has solely dropped — albeit marginally — since then.
On the very least, Bleszinski doesn’t appear all too fearful in regards to the low numbers and has advised on at the least one occassion that LawBreakers has what it takes to be a serious participant within the gaming world.
“It’s a marathon not a dash,” he mentioned in an interview. “I’d somewhat be the underhyped sport that slowly ramps up into one thing that folks adore than one thing that comes out with method an excessive amount of hype that there’s a backlash for, which is why I feel the Steam critiques are so constructive.”
In the interim, nonetheless, whether or not this optimism alludes to higher instances for the title or is just blind stays to be seen.
LawBreakers is accessible by way of PS4 and PC.
– This text was up to date on March eighth, 2018