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Introducing Breakaway: Amazon's esports game by the Killer Instinct devs

Killer Instinct developer Double Helix was acquired by Amazon Game Studios shortly after the release of its free-to-play fighting game and now the developer is courting the esports market with Breakaway, a four-vs-four competitive action arena title. Revealed today at TwitchCon, Breakaway uses the dev's penchant for deep fighting systems, only this time re-appropriates towards complex team-based action.
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