LawBreakers Closed Alpha Dated For Mid-June, More Details To Be Shared At PC Gaming Show


Cliff Bleszinski and Boss Key’s arena shooter LawBreakers will host a closed alpha test later this month.

Details regarding start times, content and general information relating to gameplay will be shared during the PC Gaming Show at E3, itself pegged for June 13 at 11:30am PST/2:30pm EST. Cliff Bleszinski, best known for his instrumental work on the Gears of War franchise, will be in attendance at the event to champion all things LawBreakers and, surely, nail down an official date for the game’s alpha test.

Sign-ups for the closed bout of testing initially opened at the beginning of May, though at the time Boss Key cautioned that only a select number of spaces were available and that it’ll run “intermittently” all throughout the summer.

If you’re itching to clock eyes on new LawBreakers gameplay, don’t fret; Boss Key also slated two livestreams of the shooter for Monday, June 6 and Wednesday, June 8. Much like the PC Gaming Show, they’ll be available to watch live via Twitch.

LawBreakers is expected to launch for PC at some point in 2016. A console port hasn’t necessarily been ruled out, either, with Bleszinski holding out for a competent studio to handle the potential PS4 and Xbox One release.