Shadowrun Chronicles: Boston Lockdown Summary


Shadowrun Chronicles: Boston Lockdown Review

Is Cliffhanger's cyberpunk MMORPG wiz or drek?

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Shadowrun Chronicles update features "goodie-bag" for players after "first (bumpy) week"

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Cliffhanger Productions has announced their first update for the newly launched Shadowrun Chronicles: Boston Lockdown. The team have focused on 'balance changes' to items and characters.

They're also giving away a goodie-bag to "make up for the inconvenience" players endured in the first week. This includes an additional character slot and two unique bioware items not available otherwise.

Shadowrun Chronicles - Boston Lockdown releases on PC

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The Early Access days are over for Shadowrun Chronicles - Boston Lockdown as it embraces its cyberpunk destiny and releases for PC, Mac and Linux today. It can be run solo or co-operatively.

Cliffhanger Productions brings us this turn-based slice of the inevitable future. The campaign supports single-player, and we can create our own "level-free" character, and assemble a team of Runners.

Shadowrun Online changes name to Shadowrun Chronicles, releases this April

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Nordic Games and Cliffhanger Productions, who recently announced they were partnering up to release the final version of early access title Shadowrun Online, have revealed a name change for the cyberpunk fantasy MMO.

It's now going to be known as Shadowrun Chronicles: Boston Lockdown, a title chosen by the game's community and Kickstarter backers.

Nordic will distribute Shadowrun Online when it leaves early access

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Shadowrun Online developer Cliffhanger Productions has signed a deal with publisher Nordic Games to distribute the cyberpunk MMO.

The team-based tactical RPG is currently available through Steam Early Access, but when it's fully released later this year Nordic will handle the distribution.

Shadowrun Online free-to-play and campaign levels explained

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Cliffhanger has revealed how the separate free-to-play and "campaign" (read as: premium) tiers would operate in the upcoming Shadowrun Online MMO.

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