Radical Heights has got a lot of baggage. It’s the next game from the makers of the notoriously defunct LawBreakers, it bears a questionable resemblance to the largest free-to-play battle royale game in the world, and it’s already wrestled with a now quelled pay-to-win scare. The deck is stacked against it, and it certainly has its problems, but Radical heights also has something genuine to offer the battle royale genre.
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