Battlerite leaves Steam Early Access on November 8th, will release as a free to play game

Stunlock Studios today announced that its competitive, action-packed, PvP arena brawler, Battlerite, will finally leave Steam Early Access and will be made available as a free to play game on November 8th. Battlerite is a fast-paced team arena brawler focused on competitive PvP combat. Select a champion and fight side by side with teammates to the sound of the roaring crowd in vibrant, colosseum-style surroundings.

To celebrate over 1 million downloads since launch, Battlerite will be playable completely for free during the upcoming Free Week from September 25th through to October 1st. Throughout the Free Week, Battlerite will be on sale by 50% on Steam Early Access for $9.98, €9,98, £7,49.

Peter Ilves, Game Director at Stunlock Studios, said:

“We are super excited to enter ‘A New Era’ with Battlerite heading into a full free to play commercial launch this November. For the occasion, we are offering Battlerite free of charge for one week from September 25th together with an incredible sale across the board on Steam which will give new players a taste of what they can expect.”

In Battlerite, players can control one out of 21 champions that specialise in either melee, support or ranged combat, from Bakko, the heroic brawler, Jade, the long-range gunner, to Blossom, the ultimate team support. Battlerite is said to be all about skill-shots, timing and reactions as playes dodge projectiles and pull off massive ultimate attacks using intuitive WASD movement and cursor-based aiming.

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