Breach Dev Partners with En Masse to Bring a Technical Alpha to Players This Year
QC Games and En Masse Entertainment have inked a partnership deal to bring a technical alpha to users of the EME launcher later this year. The tech demo will provide players "with an early hands-on experience of the fast-paced and addicting dungeon brawler". In addition, those attending this year's TwitchCon will be able to get hands on the game from October 26-28 in San Jose, CA.
“With Breach, once players get to experience the game, it’s almost instantaneous how much fun they have,” states Dallas Dickinson, CEO and President of QC Games. “We’re always looking to get more gamers hands-on time with Breach and partnering with En Masse enables us to invite their action MMORPG fanbase to have an early taste of what makes the game so special.”
Breach is headed for paid early access by the end of 2018 and is expecting to launch as a free-to-play title in 2019.
70,000 years ago, humanity was on the verge of extinction until a group of Immortals created the Veil, splitting Earth into two realities: one reality that features the Earth we know, and an alternate Earth where mythological creatures thrive. Now the Veil has been shattered and the two worlds are collapsing into each other with catastrophic consequences. Players in Breach take control of heroes who have been imbued with “The Spark” to master magical abilities. Travel across the world to iconic locations that have been breached by this mystical parallel Earth and clash against legendary mythological enemies as well as an unexplained malevolent spirit, the Veil Demon.