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Cosmic League

Cosmic League is an action-packed arena shooter pitting anime-inspired humanoids and robots against each other in 10v10 matches. Choose one of six specialized classes and dominate the battlefield in dynamic arenas.

Publisher: Cyberstep
Playerbase: Medium
Type: MMO Shooter
Release Date: December 10, 2015
Shut Down: April 12, 2017
Pros: +Multiple league modes. +Anime aesthetic. +Distinct classes. +Good customization options.
Cons: -Cluttered and confusing interface.


Cosmic League Overview

Cosmic League is a 10v10 anime-inspired arena shooter where players choose between either humanoid or robots in the sequel to CosmicBreak. Six distinct classes offer versatile approaches to combat, such as the agile close quarters Assault class or the heavily armed long-range combat Buster. Dominate the battlefield using an array of science fiction inspired weapons. Learn the ropes in Rookie league matches before progressing to 7v7 Prime League battles. Once you've become too comfortable it's time to test your skill in the Master League in 10v10 objective-based fights. Complete key missions and unlock new items to customize your character, while a paint editor lets you alter the colors of any equipment you own.

Cosmic League Key Features:

  • Anime Aesthetics - charming anime aesthetics belie the intensity of fast-paced battles.
  • Dynamic Arenas - as matches progress the battlefield alters, forcing players to adapt to an unstable environment.
  • Six Classes - unique character classes offer novel approaches to battle, such as the support class Jammer.
  • Various Leagues - learn the game's mechanics before jumping to higher-tier leagues such as Master, and custom ruleset matches in Event League.

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System Requirements

Cosmic League System Requirements

Minimum Requirements:

Operating System: Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8
CPU: Intel Core i3 or greater
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTS 450 or greater
Hard Disk Space: 2 GB

Minimum Requirements:

Operating System: Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8
CPU: Intel Core i7 or greater
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or greater
Hard Disk Space: 2 GB


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Additional Info

Cosmic League Additional Information

Developer: Cyberstep

Preregistration: November 12, 2015
Open Beta: December 07, 2015

Release Date: December 10, 2015

Shut Down Date: April 12, 2017

Development History / Background:

Cosmic League is developed by Japanese game studio Cyberstep. In Japan the game is known as CosmicBreak 2. A Kickstarter page was created for the project on February 13, 2015 but the campaign was unsuccessful and closed on March 15, 2015. The official English website launched on October 28, 2015 followed by Preregistration on November 12, 2015—players who preregister are granted a special robot. Cosmic League will launch a 3 day Open Beta on December 07, 2015 followed by full release on December 10, 2015. Cyberstep announced in early Arpil 2017 that Cosmic League would shut down on April 12, 2017, and announced a mobile RPG called Cosmicbreak Adventures.

  • cool game online :3

  • Twisted

    anyone else having trouble starting the game? :c cant update it to play, give me "could not connect to server" everytime.

    • Matt

      I hear Europe is IP blocked. If you live in the US, though, I have no idea. We got it to work just fine.

  • Alexander Carneal

    I signed up to say this one thing about the game.
    can't wait to find a fan based wiki for the game. I'm a pretty high level yet I really honestly don't know what I'm doing. got to level 18 before learning how to throw a freak'n bomb lol

  • it is ok-ish game but communication with players is on zero~! they just post updates and noting more....

  • nototno

    Any Reason for i can't play on europe?

  • Tazmania

    This game is fun, but as someone else said, it's kind of hard to understand and use. Would love a wiki or a mate to help out.