The development studio founded by veteran videogame developers Cliff Bleszinski and Arjan Brussee, Boss Key Productions, finally ended the anticipation and
revealed their highly-anticipated first game: LawBreakers (formerly known as “Project BlueStreak”).
This reveal followed a community-focused teaser campaign with daily clues, and loyal fans earned VIP rewards ranging from future alpha or beta access to exclusive signed game art and more. In celebrate the announcement BossKey Production released a live-action trailer that sets up the backstory of the warring factions battling it out in the unique universe.
The worldwide reveal of first gameplay trailer will take place on Friday, Aug. 28 at 5 p.m. GMT / 9 a.m. EDT / 6 a.m. PDT. Fans can join the community now to be the first to know about the latest news and announcements.
LawBreakers is a competitive team-based FPS set in an alternate future in which the world has been divided into two factions. After ‘The Shattering’, the world recovered and ushered in a new age technological advancements providing gravity manipulation and supplement use that grants near-superhuman abilities. Now, the new technology rages and two forces fight for control; a peacekeeping organization charged with upholding the law, and a highly-organized crime syndicate bent on breaking it. Players will be asked to choose a side: LAW or BREAKERS.
Immediately after the name and live-action trailer were announced, Cliff Bleszinski and Arjan Brussee participated in a live Twitch stream. Joined by former G4TV personality Blair Herter serving as host, Boss Key answered questions from their community and divulged another piece of news: One map and four characters will be playable in Seattle during PAX Prime weekend.
Fans who want to be among the first to experience a taste of the new first-person shooter will get a chance to play it at a secret location just blocks away from the Washington State Convention Center. Clues to the location will be shared on the LawBreakers’ and Boss Key Productions’ Twitter in the next few days. Entrance will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis.