LawBreakerswill be coming to the PS4 alongside the originally announced PC version, Cliff Bleszinskiannounced via Twitter on Monday.
The head of Boss Key promised PS4 Pro support for the title (though it’s unclear what those improvements will entail), reiterated that the game will run at 60 frames per second, and announced the game will be budget title, priced at $30. He also stressed that crossplay between the PS4 and PC is “dumb” and will not be among the game’s features.
All future downloadable content for LawBreakers will be free, and the Gears or War creator reiterated that there will be no “pay to win BS,” which is sure to please the competitive scene.
Though there are no current plans for an Xbox One port of the game, Bleszinski warned against ruling it out, and stated that it could come "later."
Though LawBreakers doesn’t have a release date, the game is currently undergoing a closed beta test on PC. It’s fair to assume we’ll be seeing LawBreakers in greater depth at E3.
In the meantime, be sure to check out the trailer below.
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