No matter what kind of player you are, we all dream of being that master of combat who can climb walls, hit swords, and look like a champion who does everything. This is because Naraka: Bladepoint it looks like the battle royale game that will eventually shake things up, mixing the best melee and ranged combat, larger-than-life characters inspired by oriental culture, and a world full of ways to get your opponents.
If a real battle inspired by fighting games and martial arts movies seems like something you would love, you can try it for yourself during the beta version, which starts on June 16th and runs until June 22nd PDT . You can sign up for the beta on the Naraka Steam page: Bladepoint.
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Coming to us from 24 Entertainment and published by NetEase Montreal, Naraka: Bladepoint focuses players on the battle with "Unchained Multiplayer Combat." Not only are there four different melee weapons to duel with, such as the large sword, long sword, katana, or spear, but you will also rely on the sinking hook to ascend the side. top of the towers and even grab opponents to lift their face. Do you prefer to stay behind and look for enemies? There are seven ranged weapons available, which allow you to launch enemies with bow, cannon, flame and more.
Hit the steel or escape to fight another day
The free-movement system turns Naraka battlefields into incredibly vertical and versatile playgrounds for sealing, stealth attacks, and the types of high-flying wuxia sword attacks you’d see in Jet Li’s Hero or even in Thunderbolt Fantasy. Imagine crossing an abandoned pirate wall, climbing up the side in the same way as Link a Breath of the Wild, and then hanging vertically on the mating ropes like the playground monkey bars and crossing to the other side . Finally, using your reserve of hook shots, you can go to an ancient temple, supply various enemies, and engage yourself to cause a devastating rain of blows.
An extensive character creator allows you to create your own legend
And while Naraka: Bladepoint has unique heroes to duel with, players can still develop their own fighting style using collectible "Souljade" found on the map. The character creation engine has allowed players to become unique warriors who combine different styles, physiques and clothing. In addition to new creations, some players have even recreated characters from different franchises, such as Spongebob's "handsome Squidward", Jedi Master Yoda or the DC Starfire hero. Whether it’s a crimson-skinned devil with a fancy cut or a green-skinned ogre warrior, there seems to be something for everyone. See the Naraka's Twitter page for daily updates and make art.
However, it is not just a deep skin. Naraka: Bladepoint's talent system makes your fighting style your own and allows players to alter their skill effects between games. In a game, you can combine regular attacks with counters, use four different types of melee weapons that each have their own combos, and even powerful ultimatums, such as the chance to become a multi-armed giant god. This makes fights based more on individual style and skill rather than silly luck. If an enemy starts to turn towards you, a careful mix of counterattacks or focal attacks can quickly put them behind you, allowing you to deal the death blow. If you are not fully prepared for a fight, you can safely withdraw with the safety hook. Best of all, even being overtaken by an opponent is not over, as players can run ghostly back to a point of recovery and come back with some basic equipment to keep fighting.
Don't wait for defeat: book now Naraka: Bladepoint
Players who also make a Naraka: Bladepoint reservation will get some goodies. By reserving only the standard edition of Naraka you will get a new character to fight and a new costume for the drunken warrior Tarka Ji. Pre-booking the deluxe edition gives you all this, plus a new spear skin and 10 free tide boxes that contain even more loot. Finally, pre-ordering the final edition will get you everything shown above, plus a new outfit for the killer eagle killer Matari, a new hook accessory, and the digital art book and the soundtrack.
NetEase Montreal is a newly created studio in Quebec, Canada; consisting of heavyweights from the industry who have worked in major degrees in top-tier studios around the world. They have been a great support during the development of Naraka: Bladepoint, helping the game reach a global audience for its global release this summer. They will be the publisher of Naraka for its global release.
In collaboration with NetEase Montreal, 24 Entertainment aims to serve and support Naraka players around the world.