Cliff Bleszinski and developer Boss Key say that the troubled online shooter "failed to find enough of an audience to generate the funds necessary to keep it sustained", and are not planning a move to free-to-play as they do not have the funds for even that.
Lawbreakers publisher Nexon has written off Cliff Bleszinski's multiplayer shooter, and blames PUBG for its failure.
Was A 'Play With The Devs' Night Enough To Attract A Crowd Back To Lawbreakers? It Doesn't Look Like It
Lawbreakers is still in a bit of a rough spot. Having launched a few months ago now, it feels as if those who did pick it up at launch bought into a wasteland. Concurrent player counts on Steam are basically non-existent, but the developers are hoping to get some matches going by joining in themselves.
Lawbreakers, the multiplayer shooter from Cliff Bleszinski's studio Boss Key, has had a rough time since the game launched, but Boss Key have a plan to save it from the fate of Battleborn.
For varying reasons, this weekend is set to be a pretty good one for fans of first-person shooters. Though we'd argue one isn't entirely like the other, that's only recently become true again. Call of Duty: WWII enters open beta while Lawbreakers is hosting a free weekend.