You can play Stunlock Studios’ arena brawler, Battlerite, for free – for five days, at least – from tomorrow.
Starting at 10AM PT on Tuesday April 11, you can download and play team-based brawler, Battlerite, for free. The promotion ends at 1PM PT on Sunday April 16, 2017.
The game’s full roster of 20 heroes and eight maps are included, and all progress from the free week will carry over if you decide to buy the game. And there’s an incentive to do so, with a 33% discount available for the duration of the event.
Released last September, Battlerite has been a quiet success story and has so far sold over 450,000 copies whilst in Steam Early Access. The game is due for a full release within the next few months, but if you buy it now you can look forward to receiving all current and future DLC champions for free.
The Easter period also sees the game receive its first holiday game mode, Bakko’s Egg Brawl, as well as the release of a legendary skin for Freya. You can find out more about the development of the festive event at the Stunlock Studios dev blog .
You can get the Battlerite Free Week download via Steam.
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