LawBreakers seems pretty quiet

That logo looks pretty prophetic, too.

LawBreakers, the class-based team shooter from CliffyB with low gravity maps, has reached a pretty low point in the release cycle of any multiplayer game.

Over the weekend, just a month on from release, there were fewer than 100 players in the game according to PC gaming tracker SteamCharts.

It's obviously not a good look for any game that relies on player numbers to stay alive, but the development team have reiterated on several occasions that they have updates and content planned for well over a year on from now.

Can LawBreakers survive long enough to see it all through, though?


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