24 Entertainment and NetEase Games have announced a new version of their hit game: Naraka Bladepoint Mobile. Take the fight on the go on Android and iOS soon.
The battle royale-turned-RPG allows up to 60 players to duel it out in PVP modes, in a delightful Eastern Asian world. Martial arts-inspired combat mixes amazingly well with the arsenal of melee and ranged weapons available, wielded by customisable heroes and boosted by their abilities. The Mobile game will also release with Takeda Nobutada - The Demon Vessel - available to play. He releases on May 21. This Mobile version has been built from scratch, with mobile hardware in mind. Controls, UI, and other game elements have been enhanced to ensure no quality is lost in translation.
Naraka Bladepoint Mobile Release Date
At this time, there is no official release date given by NetEase. The mobile game is slated to be releasing ‘soon’ on iOS and Android.
Naraka Bladepoint Mobile Pre-Register and Beta Tests
Naraka is open for subscription on this website. They confirmed via Twitter that this will get you any news on beta tests as soon as it comes out, with in-game rewards.
It is likely that there will be a closed beta in at least one region, followed by an open beta covering more territory to iron out any issues. It’s also likely that the game will release in China first. You can keep up to date with all the latest news on their Twitter.
Will Naraka Bladepoint Be Free On Mobile?
Currently, there is no information as to whether Naraka: Bladepoint will cost money or be free on mobile. The game costs £17.99/$17.99 on Steam.
There is a chance that the game will release for free, but with microtransactions and possibly subscriptions instead.
What Is Naraka Bladepoint?
Naraka: Bladepoint mobile is the portable version of Nakara: Bladepoint, available on Steam. Unless you have a Steam Deck… then it’s an even more portable version. Players control heroes in battle against each other and bosses in an Oriental world, using a vast variety of weapons that are at your disposal. Previous trailers showed off the game’s buttery smooth combat, and the high-quality graphics throughout. As mentioned, players needn’t worry about this being sacrificed in the mobile version.
We are currently unaware of any possible crossplay between PC and mobile iterations of the game, or whether the Naraka+ app will be compatible.