New Lawbreakers Trailer Shown at The Game Awards (VIDEO)
Clifford Michael “Cliffy B” Bleszinski made an appearance at The Game Awards tonight to unveil a new Lawbreakers trailer and to make a few related announcements about the game, particularly for the game’s beta. He announced that his upcoming multiplayer shooter would indeed be arriving in 2017, and that players can now sign up to participate in the upcoming beta right now at the game’s official website. Just click this link, and then click the box at the top right of the screen to get signed up for the beta which will be launching next year also.
The trailer showcases a new multi-layered map which heavily features gravity-manipulation to maneuver around the map. Players are shown flying around the structures through various means, including grappling hooks, jetpacks and launchers that send the shooters soaring and making mid-air kills that turn opponents into shreds. In tried and true character-based multiplayer shooter gaming fashion, we see a new gunslinger character in focus, wearing Old West inspired gear and brandishing dual pistols which are reloaded whilst spinning the guns around in his hands.
I wasn’t terribly aware of this new game before tonight, but this trailer certainly grabbed my attention and I know Cliffy B understands how to make a game where you fly around on a grappling hook and shoot people fun. What do you guys think? Are you excited to see this new Lawbreakers trailer? Will you sign up for the beta? Let us know in the comments below!
Be sure to stay tuned here to Don’t Feed the Gamers for all of the news coming out of The Game Awards, like the new Guardians of the Galaxy Telltale Games series revealed with this new trailer seen here! Or how about the new Death Stranding trailer that Hideo Kojima premiered after accepting his Industry Icon award?
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