Stunlock Studios today announced a free midweek, during which players can try out their MOBA and battle royale mash-up, Battlerite Royale, free of charge. In addition, and during this free to play period, the team is offering 30% discount on Battlerite Royale starting tomorrow, October 30th and ending this Friday, November 2nd.
Up until November 7th Battlerite franchise players are also invited to join the Halloween event “Curse Of The Night” and roam the new “The Haunted Keep” map testing their luck with “Trick or Treat Shrines”, which give players random buffs or debuffs. Both Battlerite and Battlerite Royale players can expect a spooky Halloween packed with event quests, unique Halloween weapons for all champions, creepy avatars, mounts, and three brand new legendary outfits.
In Battlerite Royale players skydive from the back of a wyvern and land on Talon Island to explore the lush and colourful surroundings, stumbling upon a variety of items and intriguing consumables such as barrel disques, rocket boots, and bear traps. During fast-paced, cutthroat matches players rely on vigilance and quick wits, utilizing treasured collectibles to overthrow opposing players, grab their loot, and ultimately be the last one standing.
Those interested will be able to download and play Battlerite Royale for free tomorrow.
Enjoy below a video showing 11 minutes of gameplay footage!
Plan Of Attack has extended the free to play period to the whole week, meaning that this free period will end on November 5th at 17:00 UTC.
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