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If you ask Boss Key Productions, LawBreakers isn't dead yet. Talk to the game's most dedicated players, and some will tell you the online shooter is ready for the big dirt nap. And, unlikely as it may be, some are clinging to hope that it will one day rise from its ashes.

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Boss Key Productions, headed by former Epic designer Cliff Bleszinski, has no plans to abandon LawBreakers any time soon. The developer's entry into the fast-growing collection of shooters aimed at the esports market had a solid launch, but despite a well-crafted product, has failed to sustain a healthy playerbase. Speaking with GameSpot, Bleszinski admitted that numbers could be better and is now embracing a slow-burn approach to build things up.

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Video: Cliff Bleszinski and the team at Boss Key Productions are pulling out all the stop for Lawbreakers, a frantic first person shooter that's currently in closed alpha. What's it all about? I played a match and caused some mayhem. It turns out that breaking the law includes a ton of zero gravity action and sweet sword kills. And grappling hooks! Join me for the chaos in this video!

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It's been a long time coming, but Cliff Bleszinski has finally taken the lid off his next game and the first project he's embarking on since he left Epic Games two years ago. It's code-named "Blue Streak", and he describes it as a free-to-play sci-fi arena shooter for the PC.