Naraka: Bladepoint launches August 12

Available in standard, Deluxe, and Ultimate editions.

Naraka: Bladepoint

60-player action battle royale game Naraka: Bladepoint will launch for PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store on August 12, publisher NetEase Games and developer 24 Entertainment announced.

It will be available in the following three editions:

  • Standard ($19.99)
    • Base game
  • Deluxe ($34.99)
    • Base game
    • Exclusive spear skin
    • Tidal Crates (x10)
  • Ultimate ($49.99)
    • Base game
    • Exclusive spear skin (from Deluxe Edition)
    • Matari: Exclusive outfit
    • Exclusive grappling hook
    • Tidal Crates (x10)
    • Digital soundtrack
    • Digital art booklet

Pre-order bonuses for all editions include:

  • New Hero: Yoto Hime
  • Tarka Ji: Exclusive outfit
  • Exclusive gift code of final beta (including 50,000 taes and 30,000 golds) (limited time)

Here is a brief overview of the game, via NetEase Games:

Naraka: Bladepoint is taking battle royale to the next level with “Unchained Multiplayer Combat”—combining exhilarating melee action and unparalleled movement, through parkour, offering a dynamic verticality to gameplay. Whether clashing swords in head-to-head conflicts, or sniping unaware opponents from afar, fighting is fast and exhilarating in Naraka: Bladepoint.

Having recently held its public beta test on Steam—where it accrued over a million participants and was in the top five most played games on the platform—Naraka: Bladepoint is storming towards its release date with ever-growing momentum.

Watch a new set of trailers below.

Pre-Order Trailer

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