Crazy Justice is Headed to Early Access in the Near Future

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Need a change of pace from Fortnite? Don’t worry, Crazy Justice, the cel-shaded third-person shooter with a battle royale mode, is headed to early access sometime in the next week or two.

According to a Twitter post from developer Black Riddles Studios, an early access version of Crazy Justice will arrive sometime between July 20th and July 30th, complete with the game’s “Skill Royale” mode. While the developer did not specify which platforms the early access version of the game is headed, they ended their Twitter post with #NintendoSwitch and #Xbox One.

Crazy Justice is the latest title to join the ever-growing list of games with battle royale modes. Developed with the help of a successful crowdfunding campaign, the game is slated to be released for Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

Not exactly a Fortnite clone, Crazy Justice was able to set itself apart from other royale games due to its Nintendo Switch edition. A brief look at the game’s crowdfunding campaign illustrates that a lot of the game’s funding came from backers that requested the Switch version of the game. Now, more than one month after Epic Games’ surprise release of Fortnite on the Switch, Crazy Justice has some unexpected competition, and it’s going to take a Herculean effort for the title to wrangle a market share from the gargantuan Fortnite on any platform.

It’s not clear which platforms will receive the early access version of the game, nor is it clear when the final game will be released. As more information becomes available, we’ll let you know.

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