Let’s get today’s video game news wrapped up with a roundup, EB’s favorite way to communicate important gaming news in easy to consume bite-sized nuggets of information. LawBreakers and Micro Machines headline today’s roundup, but there are two other titles covered as well, so head on down below to get in the know with this Friday’s video game news stories.
LawBreakers Open Beta Starts Today
From Boss Key:
Gamers have yet another opportunity to bring their skills and experience the thrilling, gravity-defying combat in LawBreakers during the game’s very first open beta event. Key-holding beta participants headed into battle earlier this week, but starting today at 9 am PDT, for the very first time, the PC beta is open to all gamers via Steam. Visit LawBreakers.com to get started. The PC beta event ends July 5 at 9 am PDT.
The beta includes:
- New Map: Vertigo – located in a remote location in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Vertigo is a high-altitude reconnaissance outpost with near suborbital elevation;
- New Mode: Uplink– capture the uplink in the center of the map and deliver to your team base, continuing to protect it until points are earned;
- Weapon Stickers – players can test a new customization feature and earn a special Beta participant Weapon Sticker by completing five matches during the event. This reward transfers to the full release of the game at launch.
Micro Machines World Series – OUT NOW! [US]
Scribble Racer 2 Trailer
Scribble Racer 2 launches next week (July 5) on Android. Scribble Racer was perceived as one of the best games utilizing Samsung Galaxy Note’s S Pen. Its sequel is a challenging game with focus on the creativity of players.
Mabinogi Duel is based on the critically-acclaimed massively multiplayer online (MMO) title Mabinogi, and thrusts fans of TCG games into competitive action where players battle with duelists from all over the world to be crowned champion. Mabinogi Duel is available to download for free on iOS from the App Store and on Android from Google Play.
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