Blizzard is buying developer Proletariat and shutting down Spellbreak

Proletariat is getting absorbed into Blizzard. The maker of Spellbreak will soon become part of Blizzard (which will soon become part of Microsoft). However, there’s even worse news for fans of the game as the fantasy battle royale is getting shut down. Venture Beat reports: Blizzard Entertainment said it plans to acquire Spellbreak maker Proletariat … Read more

Spellbreak Chapter 2: The Fracture coming April 8

Spellbreak developer Proletariat just announced new details about a major upcoming update for the game, Chapter 2: The Fracture. There’s a ton of new stuff coming in the update. First off, there are more story quests and rewards. Chapter 2 offers twelve weeks of free, story-driven quests that build off Chapter 1: The Spellstorm. Expect … Read more

Sign up for our newsletter to win a Spellbreak Warlock Chapter Pack code

Thanks to Proletariat, we’ve been given away Spellbreak Warlock Chapter Pack codes on Twitter and Facebook. Next, we’re giving away codes to our newsletter subscribers! The latest winners are @tps_andreas and @AppaSwitch on Twitter, who won our #FreeCodeFriday giveaway. We’ll be giving away more game codes on Twitter this coming Friday. So be sure to … Read more

Spellbreak Warlock Chapter Pack Giveaway

Whether you’re already a fan of Spellbreak or just looking to break into the action, we want to reward some lucky readers with Warlock Chapter Packs. Back in December, Proletariat launched Chapter 1: The Spellstorm for their hit battle royale game Spellbreak. The new chapter adds lore and story-based quests to its frenetic, magic-based combat. … Read more

Spellbreak Chapter 1: The Spellstorm coming December 15

The first major update to Spellbreak is coming on December 15. It’s called Chapter 1: The Spellstorm. Chapter 1 introduces free, story-driven quests into the core gameplay of Spellbreak. In addition to the new update, Spellbreak also launches on Steam this month, indie studio Proletariat announced. Players will take part in 12 weeks of quests. … Read more

Spellbreak update adds team deathmatch later this month

The multiplayer action-spellcasting game Spellbreak will soon have its first seasonal content update, including a new game mode. The first major update to the game introduces Clash Mode, which offers a new way to experience Spellbreak. Players will squad up in teams of nine for team deathmatch. There are also new talents, potions, and cosmetics … Read more

Spellbreak now playable on Android, Chromebook, Mac via GeForce Now

Spellbreak is now playable on even more platforms thanks to NVIDIA’s GeForce Now. In addition to the previously available PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One versions, the game is now playable on Android, Chromebook, and Mac. The new platforms bring the game to millions of more potential users. As we’ve mentioned, Spellbreak supports crossplay and … Read more

Spellbreak launches today on PC and consoles

The free-to-play action battle royale Spellbreak is out now. Spellbreak is a multiplayer spellcasting game where you can unleash your inner battle mage. Players wield two powerful magic gauntlets that “blend devastating spell combinations to control the battlefield with fiery tornadoes, electrified gas clouds, and more.” “Set in the Hollow Lands, players can explore the map to … Read more

Spellbreak supports cross-progression

The magic-focused battle royale game Spellbreak supports cross-progression across PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. That’s according to developer Proletariat. The company says that players who create a Spellbreak account can access it on any supported platform. This maintains a user’s game progression, customizations, and stats. Players will also be able to use … Read more

Spellbreak will be free-to-play at launch

The magic-focused battle royale title Spellbreak is going to be free to play. It launches later this year on PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One. That’s according to indie developer Proletariat, the studio behind the game. The company was founded in 2012 by a group of industry veterans from Harmonix, Turbine, and Insomniac. “From the … Read more