LawBreakers is hosting a free weekend as its population remains low

So, how’s life on the good ship LawBreakers? About the same as it was before, although we do now have an eagle-eyed shot of the game’s Steam charts actually registering a flat zero players. Not that its seven-day high is exactly much better.

Here’s the good news for the game: It has a free weekend this weekend, along with a half-price sale running through the end of Tuesday next week. So you can try out the game for yourself and see if it sticks with you; considering the most recent negative reviews on the game have largely concerned the lack of players, it certainly can’t hurt matters.

For those of you who have been following this for a while, you may remember that Cliff Bleszinski’s most recent interview placed the blame on the game’s current state on media outlets and insisted that his team recognizes that the game’s life cycle is a marathon, rather than a sprint. We’ll see if this puts a bit more momentum in the game’s step.

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Nathan Aldana

well thats nice. I’ll be playing DDO instead tho.

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John Kiser

Heavy imbalance issues early on hurt the game massively.

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Richard de Leon III

All these fps and moba games…what i wouldnt give for a srpg or spg using those worlds…

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vikaernes

I predict this promotion will increase the game’s population by a whopping 200%. A great success!

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Hirku

I like to play this game where I look up LawBreakers current player count, then see which game has the next highest number. This time around it’s Mad Games Tycoon, which seems very fitting.

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Darthbawl

This is the feeling many are getting…

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