Spellbreak Preps For Next Content Chapter And Steam Launch In December
December 15 is poised to be a big day for magical battle royale game Spellbreak. That's when Proletariat will launch its Chapter 1 content, which brings a new map, lore, and other features to the free-to-play title.
Chapter 1: The Spellstorm will embark mages on a 12-week campaign that will include story-driven quests and a game world that changes week to week. The area around Castle Bogmore has been "completely overhauled with vastly improved environments and points of interest," including three new NPCs who will assist players on their journeys. The new chapter comes with a 50-level progression system that offers various cosmetic items, gold, and other rewards.
On that same day, Spellbreak will launch on Steam, following its previous launches on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, Xbox, and Epic Games Store. Learn more about the impending launch on Spellbreak's Steam page.
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