Radical Heights is a brand new early entry Battle Royale recreation from LawBreakers’ Boss Key Productions.
It’s solely been a couple of days since Cliff Bleszinski’s Boss Key Productions introduced LawBreakers was ceasing growth. We actually didn’t anticipate a brand-new recreation announcement contemporary on its heels. But right here is Boss Key with Radical Heights, an early entry Battle Royale title with a definite 1980s-inspired aptitude.
And the most important shock? It’s launching tomorrow.
Radical Heights hopes to stand-out from the crowded Battle Royale house by adopting an “X-Treme” 2023 recreation present model. Gamers are dropped into a big domed group in Southern California, the place they’re anticipated to shoot it out to outlive. However outdoors of scavenging, gamers may have a wide range of strategies to earn money and impress the viewing viewers.
You may gather money by capturing arcade machines, entry off-shore accounts utilizing ATMs, or find random spin wheels and prize doorways for money rewards. This in-game money can then be used to purchase weapons, cosmetics, and numerous upgrades that may be utilized on your subsequent match.
“This can be a 5 month ardour mission for the studio as we’re creating and publishing the sport totally by ourselves,” Radical Heights Artistic Director Zach Lowery stated in a press release. “We’re large followers of Battle Royale video games together with the intense, inviting irreverence of the 80’s aesthetic. Due to that, we need to put our personal spin on the style and create a futuristic 80’s world that takes place in 2023 throughout an over-the-top recreation present the place contestants battle it out for fame and prizes.”
Boss Key provides that Radical Heights will probably be free to play when it launches, with no gameplay benefits accessible utilizing real-world cash. The sport’s Steam web page gives a Founder’s Pack of beauty gadgets, whereas extra in-game microtransactions will doubtless comply with.
Radical Heights launches tomorrow for PC through Steam. Tubular, dude.