'80s-style battle royale Radical Heights launches today

'80s-style battle royale Radical Heights launches today

On April 5, Boss Key production addressed the current state of LawBreakers, admitting that it had "failed to find enough of an audience to generate the funds necessary to keep it sustaine in the manner [it] had originally planned for and anticipated".

In a similar way to Running Man, Radical Heights is a game-show battle royale.

Radical Heights enters its "X-TREME" Early Access phase tomorrow via Steam. Boss Key said on the game's official Twitter feed.

If you are looking to play Radical Heights here are both the minimum and recommend requirements for PC to run this game. It embraces the always popular '80s aesthetic by turning battle royale matches into a kind of game show.

Radical Heights is a free-to-play game, and it'll be available to download beginning tomorrow through Steam's Early Access program.

Players can spend their cash on righteous customization in their personal prize room or pull it from an ATM to purchase weapons early in the next game.

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"Taking out cash takes time and effort, leaving you vulnerable while you do so". A mystery door appears randomly in the game world and reveals random loot.

Spin Wheel - Spin wheels will drop from the sky randomly.

Boss Key also promises to make gameplay as wacky as its setting by introducing items like BMX bikes, workout trampolines, confetti bombs, inflatable decoys and remote explosives. Then, just last week, Boss Key told the twenty people or so who play LawBreakers that they were no longer developing the game even though the servers would remain online.

"We love open development and we can not wait to establish this rapport with fans", the developer says.

We'll start with the obvious observation that Fortnite very clearly took inspiration from PUBG when it comes to core gameplay mechanics. Though Epic hasn't announced any plans to release a second map, you can bet that if it does, PUBG will be a motivating factor behind the move.

Tuesday, hours before the game's launch, Boss Key again altered its Founder's Pack offerings, as Polygon points out, removing the multiplier and replacing it with exclusive cosmetic items and 1250 gems, the game's real money currency that is only used to purchase cosmetic items.

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