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Radical Heights

Radical Heights is a third-person Battle Royale with a retro '80s inspired aesthetic. Collect cash and face off in 100-person matches in this X-treme contest of survival!

Publisher: Boss Key Studios
Playerbase: Medium
Type: Battle Royale
Modes: Objective-based
Release Date: April 10, 2018
Pros: +Unique cash collection system. +Nostalgic music & other '80s tropes.
Cons: -Janky movement & gunplay. -Awful textures & physics. -Buggy, unfinished gameplay.

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Overview

Radical Heights Overview

Radical Heights is a third person Battle Royale inspired by Fortnite, but with an over-the-top '80s aesthetic. Take part in action packed matches involving up to 100 players where the objective is to be the last one standing. Guns and other gear collected along the way help you achieve victory, but the most important resource in Radical Heights is cold hard cash. Cash players collect is saved from game to game, allowing dedicated players to purchase weapons from various vending machines scattered across the map right from the start. Radical Heights also allows players to ride bicycles and compete in cycling race events during the match!

Radical Heights Key Features

  • 100 Player Battle Royale - Shoot, hide, and out manouver opponents to be the last man standing!
  • Cash is King - Accumulate cash throughout each match to unlock new clothing, hair styles, and other cosmetics for your character.
  • Peddle to the Metal - Make your way around town in style with bicycle scattered around town.
  • X-Treme Early Access - Boss Key has given YOU the opportunity to test the world's first 'X-Treme' Early Access title! Play an unfinished, buggy joke of a game in the hopes that it will someday turn out as polished as an average mobile game!

Radical Heights Screenshots

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Full Review

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Radical Heights Screenshots

Videos

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System Requirements

Radical Heights System Requirements

Minimum Requirements:

Operating System: Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit)
CPU: Intel Core i5-2500K / FX-6300
Video Card: Nvidia GTX 660 / AMD Radeon 7870
RAM: 8 GB
Hard Disk Space: 6 GB

Recommended Requirements:

Operating System: Windows 10 (64-bit)
CPU: Intel Core i5-6600K / AMD Ryzen 5 1600
Video Card: Nvidia GTX 1060 / AMD Radeon RX 580
RAM: 16 GB
Hard Disk Space: 6 GB

Music

Radical Heights Music & Soundtrack

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Additional Info

Radical Heights Additional Information

Developer: Boss Key Productions
Game Engine: Unreal Engine 4
Lead Designer: Cliff Bleszinki

Reveal Date: April 09, 2018
Steam Early Access: April 10, 2018

Development History / Background:

Radical Heights is the second title developed by Cliff Bleszinski's studio Boss Key Productions. Bleszinski is best known for his work as design director at Epic Games, particularly for the Unreal and Gears of War franchises. Radical Heights was first revealed on April 9, 2018, just a day before its Steam Early Access launch date of April 10, 2018. This rapid reveal/release schedule was in stark contrast to Boss Key's first title, LawBreakers which took 3 years to go from reveal to release. Radical Heights is unique in that entered Early Access in a highly unfinished state, especially for a title produced by a well funded studio.

  • Those dudes ride bikes in that trailer the way I used to growing up.

  • Optoid Player

    Only 1 word comes to mind after seeing this - "garbage"

  • ッシ

    The sound is bad , the optimization is bad i get 20 fps at max with a decent pc , the loot is non existent , the hud is lame too , uninstalled after the first game.

  • Basi

    Could have potential, but way to much of a buggy mess right now. Played a few rounds.

    Wonky to say the least. I'll try it as they work on it more.

    • Dennis

      It does not have potentional, it must be better or offer a whole different way to the game than fortnite does, why play this when u can play fortnite.

      • Basi

        'Could' have potential, 'could' being key word there. This feels and plays, and looks exactly like PUBG when it was first released. A pile a flaming garbage, but it was fixed up and enjoyable. I, like probably other people, have a sort of gaming ADD where you can't just play the same game over, and over, and over again and need some sort of variety to mix things up.

  • Reggie Nicks

    Unoptimised AF