1st Alpha Test Weekend Has Ended: June 18 and June 19
The LawBreakers Team opened the flood gates during E3 for our Closed Public Alpha tests! Below is everything you needed to know to before you joined that first test:
June 18, 2016 from 9:00am to 9:00pm PDT (4PM to 4AM UTC)
June 19, 2016 from 6:00am to 6:00pm PDT (1PM to 1AM UTC)
Playable Content: Grandview Map, Overcharge Game Mode, 4 Roles (8 Characters)
The weekend’s Alpha test build has updates and game improvements including a new party system, in-game chat, changes to roles, and more! Sign up for the new LawBreakers Forum and check out the full list of patch notes for more information.
We will continuously add new in-game content over the course of the Public Alpha test period. If you don’t get in now, be patient - many more tests and key giveaways will happen! Each player who receives an Alpha key will be allowed to participate in every Public Alpha test, so don’t act-up and get the ol’ Banhammer (play nice)! Alpha keys are currently being sent via email, so keep an eye on your inbox throughout the Public Alpha test period. Unfortunately, some email filters are too virtuous for the brutality in LawBreakers, so be sure to check your spam filters or whitelist our email address: email@example.com.
Feedback during the Public Alpha Test period is key to the game’s success. We’re giving players a number of ways to communicate problems with the game or give us ideas to improve the gaming experience. Our LawBreakers Forum is the best way to provide intel. Even better, players can participate in a survey that will follow each test. Lastly, Alpha players can give their thoughts through the Discord chat app. Joining the Discord chat channel during each test allows players to provide feedback, resolve an issue or just hang out with the guys and girls making LawBreakers. A link to the Discord chat channel will be provided through Alpha Acceptance Emails.
Finally, accepted players should check out the System Requirements section on the LawBreakers Steam Page before redeeming their Alpha key. LawBreakers is built to run best on the recommended spec, but we would still like to hear from anyone giving it a go on a lower performing system.
As always, please feel free to tap into our Support and review the FAQ for more information. Good luck and see you in Zero-G!
The LawBreakers Team