Spellbreak Free-to-Play Battle Roayale Coming Soon

Wednesday, July 15th, 2020

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In a press release put out today Proletariat, developers of Streamline, would like to let the world know they have a upcoming battle roayale title in the works called Spellbreak.

Spellbreak is a battle roayale with a high-fantasy twist. Players will pick class, and then use spells to combat other players and be the last mage standing. It’ll feature both individual and teams gameplay modes and cross-play will be implemented so that regardless of your platform, you can join in with friends. You can take a look at what you can expect from Spellbreak by checking out their website.

 

 

Spellbreak will be out later this year for PC, XBox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch, and will be free-to-play. Checkout the press release below for more information:


BOSTON — July 15, 2020 — Award-winning independent game developer Proletariat today announced that their highly-anticipated magic-focused battle royale title, Spellbreak, will be free to play on PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch when it launches later this year.

“From the start, we wanted to make sure that it would be as easy as possible for Spellbreak players to play with their friends, and making the game free-to-play helps us reach that goal,” said Seth Sivak, CEO of Proletariat, Inc. “Going free-to-play and ensuring the game will be cross-play on day one reinforces our goal of making sure Spellbreak will be accessible to as many people as possible.”

Spellbreak is a AAA fantasy battle royale experience featuring epic magic combat and powerful spellcasting. Players choose a class, weave spectacular spell combinations, and fight to become an all-powerful battlemage. Featuring a deep item and class system, Spellbreak allows players to dominate the Hollow Lands as a solo competitor or conquer their foes with friends in a non-stop quest for survival. For more information, please visit www.playspellbreak.com. Streamers, influencers, and content creators are also encouraged to sign up for Spellbreak’s Creators List at www.playspellbreak.com/creators. Join the conversation at discord.gg/spellbreak.

About Proletariat

Founded in 2012 by a group of game-industry veterans from Harmonix, Turbine, and Insomniac, Proletariat is an award-winning game developer with the mission to deliver groundbreaking multiplayer titles.

The studio’s first major title, World Zombination, debuted in early 2015 as a coveted “Editor’s Choice” on the iOS App Store. Attracting millions of players worldwide, it went on to be named to Apple’s “Best of 2015” list and developed a reputation for bringing AAA quality and depth to the mobile MMO landscape.

After developing a passion for live streaming as part of their transparent development process — including live development streams and hundreds of lets plays — they created two distinct, but symbiotic new products: Streamline, a fast-paced arena game with full live stream integration, and Streamote, a backend and website that enables viewers to interact with their favorite broadcasters and control what’s on screen. Streamline was the first game to release as part of Twitch Prime.  Proletariat also created an RPG called StreamLegends, a Twitch extension that lets channel communities quest and build guilds together.

About Aaron Evangelisti

Aaron is a lifelong video games enthusiast who's been playing since the days of the NES. He enjoys just about all types of games from RPGs, to platformers, to strategy. He also fancies himself a bit of a writer so writing about video games makes sense, right?