Battlerite Latest News
Battlerite, a popular free to play MOBA, often experiences server maintenance and other causes for temporary downtimes. Though usually routine, these instances may cause some distress among the players, however you needn't worry - here are all the possible reasons why Battlerite's servers may be closed.
New champion, new features, and a new reward system which replaces weekly quests.
Battlerite Gains 14,000 Players As It Goes Free-To-Play [UPDATE: Now 11th Most Popular Steam Game, with 45,000 Players!]
UPDATED: MOBA Battlerite has gone F2P, and has gone from 400 concurrent players to over 45K, making it the 11th most played game on Steam - higher than H1Z1, Civilization V and Rocket League.
Despite all the attention on how PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has somehow sapped the userbase of a 'dying' Dota 2, the MOBA genre is still going strong. The lastest contender, Battlerite, is due to leave Early Access real soon. And when it does, it'll enter the same F2P status as its biggest rivals.
Unless you're out there buying chocolate eggs for family members or eagerly anticipating the day they're deliver unto you what feels like a near-endless amount of confectionery on Easter Sunday, you likely don't really know when it is. It's this Sunday. But you may have better things to think about. Like Battlerite. Maybe.