Early Access Starts Today For New FPS Game LEAP...So "Jump" In Now
No need to wait for the final version, players can play today!
The fast-paced, multiplayer first-person shooter LEAP enters Early Access today, June 1 at 1:00 PM EST, and with that players can receive a special 15% launch discount that will bring the game from its original $29.99 price down to $25.49. Players can jump into arenas with up to 60 players and begin the fight for either the United Earth Defense Coalition or the rebel Exo-Terrans. By working together with teammates, players will have an arsenal of powerful weapons, unique class abilities, and outrageous vehicles that will all be vital in seizing victory.
Again, no need to wait, head over to LEAP’s steam page to enter Early Access today. Entering the early stages of the game allows players to be involved with the game directly as it develops. LEAP has even created a special exclusive Founder’s Edition Upgrade that will allow players to commit extra additional support to the games development. This bundle will include some exclusive items and perks that will only be available during the Early Access period.
While the game has been in development for years, Early Access allows important community feedback to sculpt and craft LEAP into the very best game that it can be. The game is currently planned to be in Early Access for 12 months, so players who don’t want to wait an entire year for the final version can join right away.
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