Is the new PUBG-style Battle Royale any good?

There’s a new battle royale title emerging at present, but it does so at a surprisingly slow pace. In recent weeks, Super People has become a direct competitor to PUBG and Fortnite, but there is a twist. In Super People, you literally take on the role of a great person, merging the traditional shooter with enhanced abilities. However, since the title only went into closed beta at the beginning of December, everyone is wondering if Super People is good or not.

Nowadays there is more battle royale games that you can’t shake a stick. It all started with H1Z1 and PUBG and from there the genre flourished, now including games like Warzone, Apex, and Fortnite. Now Super People has burst onto the scene, offering gorgeous graphics and more augmentations than a Deus Ex game.

But is Super People worth your time?

Is Super People a good Battle Royale?

As a battle royale title, Super People looks absolutely stunning, and it ticks every box you can imagine. Strangely, it looks, it smells, it sounds, and works amazingly well, which is odd considering the size and profile of the studio. This game is just off the presses of Wonder People, a South Korean development studio that has done very little outraged Great people. While that doesn’t take away from their success – this closed beta title is more polished than most full, AAA releases today.

If you are a Battle Royale fan, Super People has got everything you could possibly want. There is a massive, sprawling, and diverse map dotted with exploration opportunities and teeming with loot. As you play and explore ‘Orb Island’ you will notice that every interior is accessible and, thanks to the Unreal Engine, has been beautifully designed. There are simple crafting and looting mechanisms to take advantage, and weapons and characters can be customized and upgraded on the fly.

So, it’s basically a PUBG clone – but there’s a twist!

The characters of Super People have a wide range of powers. (Image credit: PC Gamer)

Each of the twelve pre-determined Classes in Super People comes with unique powers which can be unlocked and used. There are active, passive, and ultimate abilities that range from heart rate and super-speed monitors to minigun and teleportation. These classes are assigned randomly at the start of a match, but you can pay in-game currency (which you earn by playing) to switch between them.

Is Super People free?

It’s a great deal, but yes, Super People is free. It’s only available through Steam at the moment, and it’s PC exclusive – and it’s native to mnk, so console fans will have to skip this one for now.

For the grand price of totally nothing, you receive a sharp, finely tuned, exhilarating battle royale adventure that doesn’t deliver the same experience twice. There is an intuitive loading system, in-game multi-level leveling mechanism, vehicle combat, and extensive character customization options. It’s no wonder that a slew of content creators have been brought into the game over the past two weeks.

If you want to watch Super People gameplay, it’s regularly released by TimTheTatman, Dr Disrespect, and Jackfrags. These are some of the highest paid streamers, and they are having a blast on Super People.

While there aren’t plans to completely disrupt the battle royale genre anytime soon, Super People is offering a brilliant and pleasant experience globally.

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