Mech Racer ‘Break Arts: Cyber Battle Racing’ Ends Supports in August

Mech Racer ‘Break Arts: Cyber Battle Racing’ Ends Supports in August

Playism announced that the MercuryStudio-developed mech racer Break Arts: Cyber Battle Racing will end support on August 31, 2021.

Break Arts: Cyber Battle Racing launched on iOS and Android in 2015 and features free-to-play systems with in-app purchases for players. However, the developer is shifting their focus to the upcoming release of Break Art II for PlayStation 4, which is planned to release in 2021 with English text support.

Break Arts: Cyber Battle Racing was supported for six years, and the publisher mentions they are proud of the game’s accomplishments.

Break Arts II was initially released on PC in 2018, but many have requested a console release. Players can assemble their robot characters from multiple parts during gameplay, each with their own abilities, allowing for nearly unlimited possibilities. There are also parts of the ships that unfold, come apart and revolve, so you can create ships that fit your play style.

We’ll keep you updated on the development of Break Arts II and its upcoming console debut.

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