If you haven’t played LawBreakers – and we understand that’s quite a few of us – then now’s the time to do it.
Following on from its significant All-Star Update, the warmly received, but largely overlooked LawBreakers is opening its doors for a Steam Free Weekend Event.
The promotion begins today at 10PM PST, and runs through to Sunday November 12, 2017 at 1PM.
Of course, the reason for the free weekend event is to drum up some interest and engage some new players, so it’s no surprise to discover that the game is also on sale. Until Tuesday November 14, 2017, LawBreakers is getting a 50% price cut on Steam and PlayStation 4, reducing its price to $14.99.
Players will also have the chance to win free copies of game to give to their friends. The first 100 eligible players on each platform to send a confirmation email will receive a free code. The email must include proof of purchase, or proof of a Social Share on PlayStation 4, or social media channel.
In other words: please play our game.
You can get full details on the LawBreakers website.
Snark aside, it’s worth remembering that once purchased, all future non-cosmetic DLC – including maps, classes, and modes – are free for owners of the game.
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