Crazy Justice Announces Streamer Program, Releases New Gameplay Footage for Nintendo Switch

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Developer Black Riddle Studios, creator of the upcoming third-person shooter Crazy Justice, has announced its own Streamer Program. This program will give select, participating Twitch and YouTube streamers a “Streamer Pack” which includes a digital key for the game, a t-shirt, and other promotional goodies. The developer released this information in a new YouTube video where they also showed off new skydiving footage from the game.

Crazy Justice is one of the latest games with a battle royale mode looking to duke it out with PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and Fortnite. Unlike similar titles, Crazy Justice boasts a Nintendo Switch edition in conjunction with its presence on Linux, Mac, PC, PS4, and Xbox One. This promise of a Switch edition helped the game launch a massively successful fundraising campaign on Fig, where an overwhelming amount of backers opted to receive the Switch version of the game.

While it’s understandable to be suffering from battle royale fatigue, the prospect of playing Crazy Justice on the Nintendo Switch is still enticing. Although the game has no set release date outside of Q2 2018, it’s available for pre-order on every platform from the developer.

Check out the Streamer Program announcement video below. If you’re interested in applying for the program, you can send the developers your information here.



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