Spellbreak to Launch With Cross-Play Progression

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Magic-focused battle royale Spellbreak will support cross-progression play when it launches on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. Players who create a Spellbreak account can access it on any supported platform to maintain their game progressions, customizations, and stats. Players will also be able to use their account to easily find friends and create cross-platform squads.

“Breaking new ground in multiplayer titles has been Proletariat’s mission since the beginning,” said Seth Sivak, CEO of Proletariat, Inc. “Introducing cross-progression means you can play Spellbreak however you want, with whomever you want, and always ensure your progress in-game follows you to whatever platform you’re playing on. If you’ve leveled up to Master Toxicologist on your PlayStation 4, all of the time you have invested is still with you if you log-in to your game on PC, Xbox One, or Nintendo Switch.”

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.

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