QC Games, an independent game developer comprised of AAA veterans and cutting-edge creators, today announced that its first game project, Breach, will be entering Steam Early Access in January 2019. Combining intense third-person gameplay action, RPG game features, and phenomenal visuals, players will be able to create their ideal hero (or Veil Demon) through the open class system in Breach. Play solo or join up with players online and take on creatures straight from ancient myths and folklore on a Modern Earth that has collided with a parallel Mythological Earth.
Mythological Egyptian gods like Ra just want to shine a light on things in Breach.
“The reception we’ve received from everyone who’s played the game has been nothing short of amazing, giving us confidence that we’re definitely on the right track in our development of Breach,” states Gabe Amatangelo, Game Director and Chief Creative Officer for QC Games. “Through our various Alpha testing weekends, we’ve seen some great community interactions and memorable game moments. We look forward to taking the next big step of bringing Breach to a wider audience in January 2019 through Steam Early Access.”
QC Games also revealed new extended hours for this weekend’s Technical Alpha playtest (November 30 – December 2), as well as a new class being available during Technical Alpha testing – the Chronomancer! Content creators invited to the Breach Technical Alpha can record and livestream during the following hours:
- Friday (11/30) from 12 PM CST through Sunday (12/1) 11 PM CST
- There will be be no planned downtime of the servers during the Technical Alpha this weekend.
Breach will enter paid Steam Early Access in January 2019 with the Free-To-Play full launch later in 2019.