The co-op/asymmetrical action RPG Breach has clapped hands with the folks at En Masse Entertainment for its full distribution to players. The new partnership will not only bring the game to the En Masse launcher, but will also be the launching point for the Breach technical alpha.
While a hard date has not been announced for the game’s alpha, the plan is to bring the test online at some point “later this year.” The En Masse partnership will let players access the game from En Masse’s own game launcher if you’re not keen on the Steam Early Access version.
The folks at En Masse seem confident that hands-on time with Breach will be convincing for players. “Once we got a chance to play Breach, we knew this game was going to be something special,” said En Masse CEO Sam Kim. “We’re thrilled to be able to offer another highly anticipated action-RPG to the En Masse game library.”
If you happen to be in the vicinity of this year’s TwitchCon, Breach will have a presence there, letting players try the title themselves. Otherwise, we’ll have to wait for its technical alpha and Steam Early Access launch later this year, and then await a full free-to-play launch in 2019.
En Masse definitely likes its action online titles, so Breach definitely feels like a perfect fit in that regard. We’re eagerly awaiting knowing more firm dates for the game’s testing, early access and beyond.
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