On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie (Stevivor) and Joab Gilroy (Red Bull Games) talk about Joab’s PlayStation 4 getting bricked while trying to review a game, and the NBL announces they’ll be taking on the NBA during their

LawBreakers‘ open beta will take place this weekend on both Windows PC and PS4, Boss Key has today confirmed. The open beta will run from 12.01 am AEST on 29 July until 12.01 am AEST on 1 August. Better yet,

Boss Key’s Cliff Bleszinski has responded to Xbox One fans asking why LawBreakers hasn’t been confirmed for the console. “Xbox fanboys got really salty at me on Twitter, like, ‘It’s like you’re turning your back on the box that built

LawBreakers heads to PS4, PS4 Pro and PC at the end of August, developer Boss Key Productions today confirmed. Last month, it was confirmed the title will run at 60 frames per second on both PS4 or PS4 Pro. “We’ve

LawBreakers will be available on PS4, with further enhancements on PS4 Pro, developer Boss Key Productions today confirmed. “The game is coming to PlayStation 4,” Boss Key’s Cliff Bleszinski told Stevivor in a recent interview. “Hearing those words tumble out

LawBreakers‘ latest closed beta starts within the day, Boss Key and Nexon today confirmed. The closed beta starts at 2.00am AEST on Friday, 19 May and will finish at 2.00am AEST on Monday, 22 May. Here’s what’s new in the

Cliffy B took to The Game Awards today to show off more from LawBreakers. You can watch new gameplay below: Bleszinski said he’s aiming to “deliver a shooter experience unlike anything gamers have played before” with “a truly vertical battleground

Thanks to Nexon, we’ve got 1,000 keys to give away for LawBreaker’s latest, upcoming alpha test. Check out LawBreakers in action, below: Looks good, eh? To give it a whirl early — from 6.00 am AEST this Sunday, to be exact —

Boss Key Productions has started to accept closed alpha registrations for the upcoming LawBreakers. Those interested in the closed alpha, which is taking place mid-June, can register here. Boss Key also said that more details will be unveiled during E3’s PC

LawBreakers will run a series of public alpha tests, offering gamers the chance to go hands-on with Cliff Bleszinski’s next game. Dates for the alpha tests have not been announced, but fans can head to the LawBreakers site for more information

Cliff Bleszinski used GDC today to announce that Lawbreakers would lose its planned free-to-play model. “As the game continued to take shape, we realized free-to-play wasn’t the right fit for what we’re building,” Bleszinski said. “LawBreakers is a competitive game

Free-to-play games have copped something of a bad wrap lately, and Cliffy B knows it. His next game, Lawbreakers, will employ a F2P model and Mr B talked about the difficulty of selling it to gamers in a recent interview

CliffyB Clifford Bleszinski’s back into video games with the upcoming Lawbreakers, but said he went into a semi-retirement simply because of the nature of the beast. “It was a combination of gamers feeling jaded, as well as working with some very

That was quick. CliffyB recently promised “real shit” for LawBreakers, and he’s delivered. Check out the game’s first gameplay trailer, below: What do you think? Stay tuned to Stevivor; we’ll continue following LawBreakers as more is known.

Cliff Bleszinski’s new studio, Boss Key Productions’ first title has been revealed as LawBreakers. Originally known by the codename BlueStreak, Lawbreakers is a competitive, squad-based FPS set in an alternate future. The world of LawBreakers has been divided into two warring factions following “The Shattering”,