Battlerite has a new home, and it's on the Xbox One. Stunlock Studios' brawler will make its way to Microsoft's console, via Xbox Play Anywhere, as well as PCs running Windows 10, sometime in 2018.
For now, Battlerite is still a paid game that you can get via Steam, though Stunlock Studios still has plans to fully launch as a free-to-play title sometime in the second half of 2017. Hopefully, that means the Xbox One version will also be F2P -- or as F2P as any title on Xbox One can be.
About the Author
Jason Winter is a veteran gaming journalist, he brings a wide range of experience to MMOBomb, including two years with Beckett Media where he served as the editor of the leading gaming magazine Massive Online Gamer. He has also written professionally for several gaming websites.
Guild Wars 2 Implements Automated Tournaments And PvP Lobby Changes
Get your PvP group together and prepare for automated tournaments, coming next week to Guild Wars 2!...By Jason Winter - 6 years ago
You May Enjoy
Soulframe Will Take Major Queues From Warframe When It Comes To How Content Is Released
Fans of Warframe should be really excited.By Troy Blackburn - 5 days ago
Pantheon: Rise Of The Fallen Has Changed Art Styles As Showcased In The Art Update Video
The world will look a little different from now on.By Troy Blackburn - 3 days ago
Huge War Thunder "Sons of Attila" Update Implements Roadmap Additions, New Vehicles, And More
There's a lot of new and shiny in War Thunder.By Troy Blackburn - 6 days ago
Here’s How To File A Claim For Your Part Of That $245 Million Fortnite Settlement
The FTC is now notifying people that they may be eligible.By QuintLyn Bowers - 6 days ago
Here's What You Need To Know About The Deceive Inc. Private Lobby Beta Update
Besides lobbies that support up to 12 players, the patch fixes various issues too.By Matthew D'Onofrio - 4 days ago
Black Desert Online PC Says "Hey, Why Let Seasons Actually End?"
The seasonal end date has been removed.By QuintLyn Bowers - 5 days ago