Naraka: Bladepoint Bots Explained

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Naraka: Bladepoint Bots Explained

Naraka: Bladepoint has a very odd difficulty curve. With so many characters, players, and weapons, there's quite a lot to learn. If you're looking to discover how Naraka: Bladepoint bots work, this is what you should know.

There's a chance you have come across them already and came away with a bit of an inflated ego, so read on to see how they work and what happens in your first game of Naraka: Bladepoint.

If you're finally playing the game for yourself and want to know what the best beginner Naraka: Bladepoint characters are or what's in our Naraka: Bladepoint character tier list, this is what you should know.

How Do Naraka: Bladepoint Bots Work?

Naraka: Bladepoint bots are used to fill in matches when the game can't find players quickly. This could happen for a few reasons. It may not have found players close enough to your skill level, meaning it needs to fill the numbers a bit. Sometimes, instead of waiting for the players to come in, it just starts up the match. Naraka: Bladepoint is designed to get you into the action quickly, so it's no surprise that bots are used to get matches started ASAP rather than forcing you to wait for additional players.

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How To Spot Naraka: Bladepoint Bots

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You will meet Naraka: Bladepoint bots almost immediately after starting the game. Your very first match will be populated exclusively by bots, often leading to ridiculously high kills on your first game. If you haven't played it yet, don't be afraid to get a little aggressive during your first match.

Bots can be pretty easy to spot. They don't have custom skins and don't tend to jump and flail around too much. They are very straightforward and don't tend to flank. If you see someone running towards you without care or any tactics, they are either a beginner or a bot.

If you're looking to play Naraka on the go, this is what we know so far about Naraka: Bladepoint Mobile, including a speculative release date.