This game is rated PEGI 12
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Posted: 4 months ago.
You play on your own or in teams of three, choosing your hero based on their special abilities. To get started you need to hunt down and collect different weapons, defensive and movement items. All the while you need to be careful not to be ambushed.
When you find another group or person combat is often in close quarters, however you need to be careful to assess what your enemy has before rushing in. You need to careful use your different (standard, special, combo and charge) attacks carefully. Here, the game is more like single player combat titles, allowing you to read tells from other players movement as well as finding a rhythm with your movement and offensive moves.
Teams can use their special attacks in combination. For example, you may have the ability to become invisible and then aid your teammates by combatting enemies from behind. It's these cleverly designed abilities and their combinations in teams that really makes this game stand out.
If you are knocked down other players can revive you to avoid death becoming permanent. As is the way with battle royale games, as time passes the playable area in the game steadily shrinks, to leave a small group to fight it out to be the winners.
Out now on PC, coming to PS5 and Xbox.
You can play this game in the following styles:
- Naraka: Bladepoint Deluxe Edition: Offers exclusive Spear Skin and Immortal Treasure * 10.
- Naraka: Bladepoint Ultimate Edition: Offers exclusive outfit, grappling hook and Digital Soundtrack, Digital Art Booklet.
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