The next game from LawBreakers studio Boss Key is a battle royale shooter called Radical Heights.

The free-to-play title is out on Steam Early Access tomorrow, and looks to distinguish itself with bright '80s-themed visuals, and also via a cash carryover mechanic.

The latter sees you money earn during battles, which you can spend on guns that only last one round, or on cosmetics that are permanent.

“Survive to the end or risk it all in this irreverent action game show where everyone wants to be rich and famous,” the game’s Steam page reads.

Apparently the core gameplay experience is complete, but players should expect placeholder assets including models, audio, animation, and even entire buildings.

Radical Heights will be in Early Access for about 12 months.

The game's creative director Zach Lowery said it is a passion project that Boss Key has worked on for five months, and will publish itself.

“We’re huge fans of battle royale games along with the bright, inviting irreverence of the ‘80s aesthetic,” said Lowery.

“Because of that, we want to put our own spin on the genre and create a futuristic ‘80s world that takes place in 2023 during an over-the-top game show where contestants battle it out for fame and prizes.”

Last Friday, Boss Key admitted that LawBreakers had failed to find an audience, but stated that it is determined to give the game a second chance.

Boss Key's next game is an '80s-themed battle royale shooter called Radical Heights