After an open beta test last June, 24 Entertainment’s battle royale is almost ready to go. Naraka: Bladepoint launches August 12 on PC, but console gamers have been wondering if they’ll get their own version. Today we can confirm it’s true — 24 is also working on Naraka for consoles. They won’t confirm every machine the game will land on, but they did reveal a PS5 version is in the works. See it in action below…
24 Entertainment is a Chinese developer, and unsurprisingly Naraka: Bladepoint is set in ancient China. If you’re familiar with the battle royale genre, then it shouldn’t surprise you how this game works: sixty players are deposited into an open area dusted with pagodas and it’s every warrior for themselves. In Naraka, though, you have special abilities to help you including parkour skills for chasing down enemies, and a grappling hook for when you’re being chased yourself. And if you don’t mind being the center of attention, you can gain the power to transform into a giant Vajra Warrior and simply step on everybody else! You better run once you turn back to normal though.
Naraka: Bladepoint will be released August 12 on Steam and the Epic Games Store, and in the near future for Playstation 5 and other consoles.
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