E3 2016: LawBreakers is holding a test this weekend and makes plans for early access

Gravity is sort of like a law.

The development team behind LawBreakers is getting ready to let players start roaming around in the game sooner rather than later. Sure, the game’s being shown off at E3, but what about the people who can’t attend E3? They’ll just have to wait… until this weekend, June 18th to the 19th, when a small number of players will be able to take part in the game’s first closed public alpha. And as outlined in the video below, that’s just the start of the game’s overall test trajectory.

Current plans call for several small alpha tests over the summer followed by early access later this year, with the development team promising to iterate and update in a slow but steady fashion as the testing goes on. But you don’t have to take our word for it; there’s a whole video diary just below explaining the philosophy going into the game’s testing phases. Check it out if you can’t wait to get started breaking the law; there’s also a trailer for a map within the game if you’d prefer to just see thing getting smashed about.

Source: Boss Key press release, Polygon
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