Battlerite Royale, the new standalone battle royale spin-off of the MOBA brawler Battlerite, will be launching into Early Access on this Wednesday (9/26). To give everyone a fresh heads-up, developer Stunlock Studios has released a brand new trailer showing fans how an average match might unfold. Take a look below.

Players will start by dropping from the sky and slamming into the ground (because parachutes and gliders are for babies) before exploring either solo or in teams, like most other battle royales. You’ll gather loot by destroying small purple orbs, or you can unlock bigger red orbs for better loot, but it’ll take longer and leave you vulnerable. Then magic will be unleashed and power moves unfurled as you battle it out with other players for the solitary win.

Battlerite Royale will cost $19.99 in Early Access, where it will remain for six months. When it officially launches, it will be free-to-play. However, those that wait will most likely have to pay for extra champions. No official word from Stunlock yet, as they are working out those details. Hopefully, it will also be on a play-to-unlock feature, but only time will tell. All the champions from Battlerite have been reworked to make sure they’re suited to the battle royale setting but, for fans, it will still have a familiar feel.

During Early Access, Stunlock stated that they will be “adding new maps, weapons,and champions.”For more information about the perks check out the Steam page here. Stay Tuned to Gaming Access Weekly for more information and for all your gaming needs.

 

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