LawBreakers’ largest update is now available, adding competitive ranked mode

Nexon America released today the All-Star Update, the largest content drop LawBreakers has seen to date. The major feature of the LawBreakers largest update is the long-awaited competitive ranked mode, Boss Leagues.

This ladder mode inspired the sports theme for the rest of the content. Boss Leagues will kick off with Beta Season 0, which allows the team at Boss Key Productions time to collect feedback from participants to help improve the mode and for future seasons.

Players who participate in Beta Season 0, which requires level 5 for the entry, will receive exclusive profile icons and silver weapon skins. All are encouraged to share their feedback with the development team.

The LawBreakers All Stars Update includes:

Boss Leagues

  • Solo and duo queuing available
  • Six total tiers – Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, Diamond, and the top tier, Boss
  • Tier upgrade – Based on accumulated league scores earned at the end of each match
  • Ten placement matches are required to receive a ranking in Boss League.

New Map: Gateway

  • A Blitzball arena map
  • The world’s first “mobile stadium,” which floats effortlessly in the sky thanks to Hadronium’s anti-gravitational properties.

 New Map: Redfalls Blood Moon

  • Variation of Redfalls map
  • Redesigned with a new, atmospheric time of day featuring the ominous Shattered Blood Moon overhead

 Quality of Life Updates & New Customizations

  • Balance adjustments
  • Multi-region queuing
  • Improved tutorials
  • New Blitzball Sports themed character and weapon skins
  • Profile icons and kick decals
  • More than 120 new items including All-Star themed item in the special, time-limited All-Star Stash-drops

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