oprainfall | Spellbreak

oprainfall | Spellbreak


Independent game studio, Proletariat, is excited to announce the launch of Spellbreak on multiple platforms. You may also know them as the developers behind World Zombination on the iOS App store. They’re latest game is a multiplayer action-spellcasting game where players become battlemages. It is now available on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and the Epic Games store. It comes with cross-play and also cross-progression amongst these platforms. Players can create a Spellbreak account and access it on any platform the game supports, allowing them to continue where they left off with all of their customizations and stats intact. Here’s the launch trailer:


Players will wield two powerful magic gauntlets and blend formidable spell combinations to win on the battlefield. Players will need to explore the Hollow Lands to find tactical advantages and secrets, like magical runes that can bestow new abilities onto their finder. These include things like flight, teleport, and invisibility. Proletariat CEO, Seth Sivak, had this to say about the game and its launch:

“Today marks the beginning of a new era in multiplayer gaming. The team worked incredibly hard to deliver one of the first-ever simultaneous cross-platform, cross-play, and cross-progression launches. Spellbreak’s unique combat and innovative gameplay will be available for all players to play with whoever they want, on whatever platform they want, regardless of hardware choice.”

Finally, here are some screenshots of Spellbreak in action:


Michael Fontanini
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