LazarBeam, Fresh have collaborated with Australian developers PlaySide to make an arena shooter game
Australian streaming stars Lannan “LazarBeam” Eacott and Harley “Fresh” Campbell have collaborated with Melbourne-based developers PlaySide Studios to make their own arena shooter game, World Boss.
World Boss doesn’t have a release date yet. Nonetheless, the store page on Steam is live. It depicts the game as an “all versus all fast-paced arena combat shooter.”
As per a similar listing, it will have 15 players per lobby. It likewise incorporates an exhaustive moderate system with unlockable advantages and weapons, customizable builds and playstyles, a rankings leaderboard, and more.
LazarBeam and Fresh both have strong binds with the competitive Fortnite scene. In this way, it’s not surprising that World Boss has drawn some motivation from the things they like about it. For example, as well as having a comparative cartoony aesthetic and interface, the gameplay teaser trailer they released on YouTube shows it has huge dome shields, jump pads, and more.
It additionally has a lot of features that aren’t used in Fortnite, similar to advantages, abilities, and enhancers. It’s likewise not a fight royale, albeit maybe a mode could be added.
It seems to be the game might be released on PC at this stage. Notwithstanding, the minimum necessities aren’t excessively demanding. Along these lines, it’ll run on pretty much anything that isn’t excessively antiquated.
The official World Boss Discord server is currently live. There’s a lot of buzz being created from fans on there. Thus, the server’s population is growing by the minute.
Assuming you’re interested in studying the game or want to ask the developers a few inquiries, look at it!