Modders are reviving Cliff Bleszinski’s LawBreakers

Modders are reviving Cliff Bleszinski's LawBreakers

Modders are reviving Cliff Bleszinski’s LawBreakers.A group of modders are working on reviving Cliff Bleszinski’s multiplayer shooter LawBreakers. They’re calling it The RELB Project, and the goal is to bring back the game’s online functionality so PC gamers can play it again. The mod had public testing this weekend, and more open beta tests are planned.

Although there is no exact release date for the final version, since it was an open test, everyone could take part in it. And judging by reports, work on reviving the game has been going on for more than a year.

LawBreakers was a cool multiplayer arena shooter with a classic gameplay formula, complemented by modern functionality, particularly a dynamic movement system. The game’s cards were also quite interesting. Unfortunately, the game did not achieve success as it was overshadowed by Fortnite and Overwatch.

Modders are reviving Cliff Bleszinski’s LawBreakers:

In 2018, Boss Key Productions admitted that the game was a commercial failure. That same year, Nexon stopped funding its development. Boss Key Productions then tried to jump on the bandwagon of the increasingly popular battle royale genre. The team released an early version of the game called Radical Heights. However, after a few weeks, Boss Key Productions canceled it and then closed itself.

It will be interesting to see if the modding community can resurrect LawBreakers. The game definitely had potential, but it just came out at a bad time. In addition, Cliff Bleszinski himself approves of the enthusiasm of modders.