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New LawBreakers Alpha Test Dates Announced

2016-07-20  Guides     Source: 未知  
LawBreakers, the multiplayer arena-based shooter designed by Gears of War creator Cliff Bleszinski, will have a second alpha test on July 9 and July 10. The alpha test will run from 9 AM to 9 PM PDT/5 AM to 5 PM BST on both days, and includ

LawBreakers, the multiplayer arena-based shooter designed by Gears of War creator Cliff Bleszinski, will have a second alpha test on July 9 and July 10.

The alpha test will run from 9 AM to 9 PM PDT/5 AM to 5 PM BST on both days, and include a new map called The Promenade. Along with this, the alpha will have the Overcharge game mode, which is developer Bosskey's take on Capture the Flag.

For those that don't already have an alpha test access key, publisher Nexon has said there will be "more tests and key giveaways" soon. Those with a key can participate in every public alpha test.

Changes to the game that have been made since the first alpha have also been detailed. These were made based on feedback from players. Take a look below to see a complete list.

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Core gameplayTitan base speed increased from 700 to 800Enforcer base speed increased from 700 to 800Vanguard base speed increased from 800 to 850Assassin base speed increased from 800 to 900HealingHealth stations ramp up over time, gaining 10 bonus healing each tickAssassinRomerus charged shot damage per projectile reduced from 35 to 30Romerus ideal damage range reduced from 25 to 20 unitsTitanSelf-damage multiplier with the rocket launcher reduced from 75% to 50%

Lawbreakers--which is no longer a free-to-play game--is currently set for a PC-only release. Bleszinski has said that it could come to consoles if they found a good partner to handle the port.

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