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Spellbreak shutting down

Original (6/28): Proletariat has made the decision to cease development on Spellbreak and will be shutting the game down, the studio announced today. Support for the game will end in early 2023, which is when the servers will be going offline.

Proletariat didn’t provide a clear reason as to why Spellbreak is coming to an end. However, the studio said it is “excited to continue to innovate as we create new titles in the future.”

The full message from the team regarding Spellbreak shutting down reads:


Proletariat has rolled out a new update for Spellbreak adding new gameplay content for Chapter 3’s release and a myriad of tweaks. Check out the full patch notes below.


The multiplayer action-spellcasting game Spellbreak is getting its first seasonal content update on October 22, Proletariat has announced. Known as Prologue: The Gathering Storm, it’ll add Clash Mode, new talents, potions, and cosmetics.

Here’s the full rundown of included content:


A new update is available for Spellbreak on Switch that tweaks quite a few features and issues, check out the patch notes below:


Spellbreak launched on all major platforms this week, including Switch. See how the Switch version compares to the PS4 edition with the video below.

Spellbreak is available for Switch as a free-to-play game on the eShop.


Spellbreak has received another launch trailer focusing on gameplay. Take a look at the video below.

Spellbreak is out now for Switch via the eShop.


Spellbreak debuted on Switch today, and footage of the game in action has now emerged. Check out the gameplay below.

Spellbreak is available for Switch as a free-to-play title via the eShop.


The epic fantasy action spellcasting game Spellbreak will appear on Switch next week, Proletariat has announced. It will be released via the eShop on September 3.

Here’s a new cinematic trailer:


Proletariat has opened up about the Switch version of Spellbreak, the upcoming fantasy action battle royale game.

CEO Seth Sivak mentioned to Nintendo World Report that most of the work is being handled internally, though the team is receiving assistance from “several outstanding external companies on different parts of the game”. Although the texture quality and material quality have been “slightly scaled back” and the models are “slightly lower details”, a primary goal has been to preserve “great performance while also making the game as beautiful as possible.”

Sivak’s full words:


The free-to-play, magic-focused battle royale Spellbreak will support cross-progression between Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC at launch, developer Proletariat has announced.

Progression, customization, and stats can be carried over no matter which platform you’re playing on as long as you create an account. Cross-platform squads are also supported, along with the ability to find friends across all versions of the game.

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