Independent developer Stunlock Studios' team arena brawler Battlerite has transitioned from its Steam Early Access phase to a free-to-play full launch.
“It’s been one hell of a year since we entered Steam Early Access and we can finally deliver on our promise to launch Battlerite as a free-to-play game, making it easily accessible to all PvP arena brawler fans to enjoy,” said Peter Ilves, Game Director at Stunlock Studios. “As of today, new players can join the Battlerite community for free in rapid fire, competitive battles requiring to prove your mettle.”
Coinciding with the game's free-to-play launch, Battlerite has received a new patch that features a brand new champion named Thorn, 200 new items including rare weapons, outfits, victory poses, legendary color variations, and seven additional music tracks.
Battlerite is the spiritual successor to the 2011 computer game Bloodline Champions.