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The hype machine has started rolling for Crazy Justice once again, especially now they've announced what's going to happen.

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We're excited, because this will be a proper Battle Royale game with Linux support. However, they've now announced that the two Battle Royale modes (Battle Royale and Skill Royale) will be free to play, with the other multiplayer modes and the co-op/story mode will be a normal purchase.

For people who've supported them early, they will be given a special reward for the free modes as detailed below:

All-time Battle Pass access with all-time +50% XP Boost, two amazing and exclusive backer graffities moreover we triple your in-game coins based on the value of your bundle (CrazyCoins can be used to buy costumes, emotes, accessories, graffities, new drones, drone skins, vehicle skins etc...). 

They confirmed to us that includes pre-orders, not just those who backed on Fig.

I'm actually happy they've decided this, because I was honestly worried about how few players they would have as they have a pretty big mountain to climb (especially after repeated silence and missing their own release schedules). Given all the other similar games, they have some serious competition.

Wishlist and follow on Steam. It should finally release this month! Specifically, the store page text actually says "this week". Although, to keep expectations in check they have missed every target they've set so far…let's hope they finally hit it.

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Liam Dawe 1 Aug, 2018
Quoting: tonR
QuoteHowever, they've now announced that the two Battle Royale modes (Battle Royale and Skill Royale) will be free to play, with the other multiplayer modes and the co-op/story mode will be a normal purchase.
Erm... can you people explained to me in simple English? Paid or Free-to-play? Confusing...
Not sure what's difficult to understand.

Battle royale is free to play, you pay for the rest.
Eike 1 Aug, 2018
Quoting: liamdaweBattle royale is free to play, you pay for the rest.

... like there's a free-to-play Battle Royale game with other content/game modes as paid DLC.
GustyGhost 1 Aug, 2018
I am pleased to say that I was wrong: Crazy Justice did launch their BR game on Linux before the Battle Royale craze fell out of favor. Good on them.
RossBC 2 Aug, 2018
[quote=tonR]
QuoteErm... can you people explained to me in simple English? Paid or Free-to-play? Confusing...

Simple english. The 100 person multiplayer part of the game is available to everyone for nothing. You can spend money for a battle pass and cosmetic items if you want to, for that game mode.

Then there is the rest of the game, more single player and co-op content. Which if you want to play you need to purchase the "game".
RossBC 2 Aug, 2018
Going to give it a go, may as well the Battle royal is free.
tonR 2 Aug, 2018
Quoting: mortigar
Quoting: tonRErm... can you people explained to me in simple English? Paid or Free-to-play? Confusing...

Simple english. The 100 person multiplayer part of the game is available to everyone for nothing. You can spend money for a battle pass and cosmetic items if you want to, for that game mode.

Then there is the rest of the game, more single player and co-op content. Which if you want to play you need to purchase the "game".
Understood. BR is free... Mission + cosmetic + battle pass needs to pay. Thank you all.
Oula 2 Aug, 2018
Quoting: BeamboomCross-platform support across ALL the platforms (including consoles)
It won't, like Fortnite and many games with Sony platform.
It will be PC (Linux, macOS and Windows), Xbox One, Switch and Mobile (when or if it really come to) OR PC (Linux, macOS and Windows), PlayStation 4 and Mobile (when or if it really come to).
Beamboom 2 Aug, 2018
Quoting: Oula
Quoting: BeamboomCross-platform support across ALL the platforms (including consoles)
It won't, like Fortnite and many games with Sony platform.
It will be PC (Linux, macOS and Windows), Xbox One, Switch and Mobile (when or if it really come to) OR PC (Linux, macOS and Windows), PlayStation 4 and Mobile (when or if it really come to).

So either Xbox or PS. I see a PS4 controller in the video so I assume PC + PS4 + mobile then. Alright, sure, I can live with that. It's still a whole lot of additional players and bodes well for this whole longevity of the game. I don't think I'll miss Xbone players. :)


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Oula 2 Aug, 2018
Quoting: BeamboomI don't think I'll miss Xbone players. :)
What about Switch players ? :'(

Joke aside, it's a pity that Sony use his position to block a real cross-online multiplayer.
When you have family/friends that have PS4 or One and a game is available with cross-online play.. can't play with all but you can play with both. Really a shame. "For the Players", what a sick joke..
razing32 2 Aug, 2018
Quoting: Oula
Quoting: BeamboomI don't think I'll miss Xbone players. :)
What about Switch players ? :'(

Joke aside, it's a pity that Sony use his position to block a real cross-online multiplayer.
When you have family/friends that have PS4 or One and a game is available with cross-online play.. can't play with all but you can play with both. Really a shame. "For the Players", what a sick joke..

That's why i despise consoles.
They're nothing more than under powered, non-upgradeable gaming PCs that lock out intellectual properties (exclusives) and restrict cross-play(with exceptions).
I got the point of them when you could just put in a game and play , game was tested enough and you didn't really need to install it or tweak/configure it. Now you need to download updates and bugs are more ubiquitous on all platforms since everyone is online and devs can just "patch it later" /cynicism over
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