NARAKA: BLADEPOINT is a new multiplayer combat game, coming to the PC in 2020

24 Entertainment has announced NARAKA: BLADEPOINT at the 2019 Game Awards. Developed in close cooperation across multiple territories, eastern influences meet western style in a raucous online multiplayer combat title, due for release in 2020.

NARAKA: BLADEPOINT promises to offer close-range action set on the mysterious Eastern realm of Morus. The game will feature a boundless movement system that allows players to climb, hang, and even parkour. Thus, one of the game’s key features is its aim-at-whatever-you-want grappling hook. Moreover, the game will have a sophisticated yet beginner-friendly combat system involving accessible block & parry mechanics. Not only that, but the game will also integrate Eastern aesthetic and philosophy, as well as splendid landscapes and graphics.

Ray, Producer of NARAKAL BLADEPOINT, said:

“In NARAKA: BLADEPOINT, players will feel every attack and utilise everything in their skillset and armoury to achieve victory. Our teams have created something visually stunning and instantly appealing to fans of multiplayer online combat, and we can’t wait to share more details on NARAKA: BLADEPOINT in early in 2020.”

Here are also the game’s key features:

  • Unchained Combat System: Super free Map Interaction + Grappling Hook
  • Unique Block & Parry Mechanics: No Defence or Block button
  • Original multiplayer gameplay
  • Stunning Eastern Art Style

Lastly, you can find below the game’s debut in-engine trailer!

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