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Bierzerkers

Enter the viking afterlife in Bierzerkers, a free-to-play MOBA packed full of Norse visuals, arcade-inspired melee combat, and fierce online competition. Easy to learn and difficult to master, the game caters to all skill levels with its distinct characters and easy to understand game objectives.

Publisher: Shield Break Studios
Playerbase: Low
Type: B2P MOBA
PvP: Arena
Release Date: February 25, 2016
Pros: +Easy-to-learn, difficult to master. +Simplified gameplay. +Reactive controls. +Over-the-top humor.
Cons: -Only one character available for free. -Poor AI. -Poor matchmaking.

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Overview

Bierzerkers Overview

Equip your horned helmets and drinking mugs in preparation for a violent and exciting round of Bierball in Bierzerkers, a wacky free-to-play 3D MOBA inspired by Team Fortress 2 and Loadout. The game is set in the viking afterlife where residents can drink and fight to their hearts' content. Play as unique, themed classes that include: the beer-guzzling Drunkard that helps sustain allies in combat, the scoundrel with high attack and low defense, or the speedy and tanky Raider—the game's current free-to-play character. Take control of one of the game's multiple classes and enter one of the Norse-mythos inspired maps with the aim of throwing sheep into the opposing team's goal. The game features over-the-top cartoon violence and fast-paced combat against either AI or players, offering easy-to-learn skill sets and team objectives that are difficult to master.

Bierzerkers Key Features:

  • Multiple Distinct Character Classes – play as a variety of rambunctious characters that include: the Scoundrel, the Valkyrie, and the Huntress, with more to come.
  • Endless Bierball– play bierball with AI or other players in a variety of different match set-ups that encourage teamwork and competitive play.
  • Over-the-Top Cartoon Humor – blow up your enemies and watch their body parts fly across the map, or guzzle copious amounts of beer and take advantage of the game's floaty phsyics.
  • Fast Arcade-style Gameplay – jump straight into a game without any significant preparation involved, play as long as it suits you, and then leave with few consequences.
  • Easy to Learn, Difficult to Master – simple mechanics and classes make it easy to pick up the game; its complex variety of situations and interactions give it depth and a high level of mastery.

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Videos

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System Requirements

Bierzerkers System Requirements

Minimum Requirements:

Operating System: Windows Vista / 7 / 8
CPU: Dual Core 2.93 GHz
Video Card: Radeon 9800 Pro / GeForce Fx 5900
RAM: 2 GB
Hard Disk Space: 6 GB

Recommended Requirements:

Operating System: Windows 8.1 / OSX Yosemite
CPU: Core2 Duo 3.0 GHz
Video Card: GeForce 8600GT / Radeon HD 3650
RAM: 4 GB
Hard Disk Space: 6 GB

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Additional Info

Bierzerkers Additional Information

Developer: Shield Break Studios

Distributor: Steam

Game Engine: Unreal 4 Engine

Announcement Date: August 5, 2014

Steam Early Access Release Date: July 9, 2015
Release Date: February 25, 2016

Development History / Background:

Bierzerkers is developed and published by Shield Break Studios, an independent game developer founded by veterans from a variety of AAA game studios that include Blizzard Entertainment, Riot Games, and Activision. Bierzerkers is their first project, announced on August 5, 2014. The game was released to Steam Early Access on July 9, 2015 as a buy-to-play title, which unlocked all available game content. After listening to the community, the developers decided to turn Bierzerkers into a varation of the free-to-play model upon its launch on February 25, 2016, offering the Raider character for free with the rest of the characters as paid DLC. Its launch removed all but one of the game modes initially found in the Early Access version of the game, due to balance issues.