Spotlight: Laser League

Spotlight: Laser League

After having played a bunch of Aftercharge on Friday, I was trolling through the Steam Store and happened upon Laser League. It was in Open Beta for the weekend, was free, and had lasers, so I thought; “Huh, Why not give it a shot! It’s Indie! Lasers!”

I proceeded to spend much of the weekend then playing the game, and I think we may have a winner folks:

Laser League, the multiplayer future sport competition that offers an unprecedented gaming experience, continues its successful Beta program welcoming new and returning players to Open Beta, including 3 impressive international stadiums with a total of 12 intensely challenging maps to master, 6 player classes, special abilities and modifiers, fully customizable characters and 2v2 and 3v3 matches.

The easiest way I found to describe Laser League is that it is what you get if you introduce INVERSUS and Rocket League, they go out for a nice meal, bond, find mutual interests, form a long-lasting relationship and have a child…made of lasers. (okay, that may not be THAT easy)

It’s got the hectic, second-to-second action and competitive sports mentality of Rocket League, the wall wrapping and puzzle-esq level design aspect of INVERSUS, and adds to this some incredibly interesting class play, setting up interesting tactics, potent combos, and more than a few cool things that probably will be balanced out by launch.


Basically, this is just a way for me to put Laser League on your radar. I think that Roll7 have really crafted something that has the makings of a staple in your game’s library. I had tons of fun with the open beta, got a few friends in to it as well, and will eagerly be watching and waiting to play it again.

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Editor-in-Chief of With a soft spot for epics, sagas and tales of all types, Jacob approaches games as ways to tell stories. He's particularly interested in indie games because of the freedom they have to tell different stories, often in more interesting and innovative ways than Triple A titles.