Spellbreak is releasing its next chapter update next week on April 8th, and with it is its new Dominion mode. A 5v5 mode that sees players fight over control points, it highlights what makes Spellbreak great: its combat.
In the world of battle royales, Spellbreak is pretty unique in its take on the genre. A high-flying, spell slinging battle royale, Spellbreak is looking to solve one of the more pressing issues of the genre: world building.
Spellbreak, Proletariat's Battle Royale pitting mages against each other is now in closed beta on both PC and PS4. We had a chance to go hands on with the new beta ahead of time to check out the changes being made to the game since our last go-around. Spoiler alert - it's pretty good.
Earlier this week, the spell-slinging battle royale game, Spellbreak, entered its closed beta, giving more players a chance to see what the game from Proletariat, Inc has on offer.
Announced back in October 2018, Spellbreak is not just another copy and paste battleground simulation. Peer into Proletariat's world for just a moment and you’ll find fireballs tossed around like frag grenades, whirlwinds, levitating icicles, and teleporting assassins all decorating a mystical landscape with the bodies of your enemies. Spellbreak is a fantasy-themed battle royale and after months of closed alpha testing, Proletariat’s own iteration on the battle royale genre apparates above the parapets today.