Battlerite, the indie competitive brawler described by Chris Thursten as "the best teamfight you've ever had", is leaving Early Access on November 8. That milestone will coincide with it transforming to a free-to-play title (which has always been the plan—only the Early Access period has a price tag).
But if you're keen to play the game free before its official launch, there will be a free week starting September 25, and ending October 1, and the game will sell for $10 during that time.
It's an awkward incentive: why pay for a game imminently going free? Well... I don't know. I don't think you wisely would, to be honest. But it's reportedly a very good game, with quite the flourishing community, so there may be those among us keen to gain a competitive advantage.
Correction: A previous version of this article stated that Battlerite would be $10 until launch day, but the discount is only available during the free week.