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Naraka Bladepoint is now available to play on Xbox series X|S through Microsoft Xbox Game Pass subscription service and Raylan Kwan Naraka Bladepoint took to the new official Xbox site to reveal more details on what you can expect from the game and some tips to help you get started.

Use the blood sport and other game modes to hone your combat skills and Xbox players You’ll find nearly unparalleled customization in the game, as well as a sophisticated rock-paper-scissors system offering deep gameplay, Kwan says. Naraka Bladepoint had previously launched on PC and is available now on the Xbox platform amid a “rain of blades, kicks, and lush ponytails.” Check out the launch trailer below to learn more about what you can expect from the combat style, characters, and storyline.

Naraka Bladepoint

“Coming to console for the first time and optimized for Xbox Series X and S, Naraka: Bladepoint is shaping up to be the best melee-based battle royale out there – so you better have a solid fighting game. Naraka uses a system classic rock-paper-scissors style, where charged attacks beat normal attacks, parries beat charged attacks, and normal attacks beat parries.

Practice makes perfect and new players should definitely consider perfecting parries. Successfully executed parries allow you to disarm your opponents and launch into relentless counterattacks, leaving your opponent’s health and armor in tatters. “

“Launching a decent charged attack is almost as damaging, especially with heavier weapons. In Naraka: Bladepoint fights can trigger a single error, so focusing on these core combat disciplines is absolutely essential to taking down enemies and ensuring your survival.

Naraka: Bladepoint also comes with some very creative game modes, where new players can hone their skills. Bloodsport is one of the most popular and allows players to choose a favorite hero and weapons before the first round begins, they will have to stick with this loadout until the Bloodsport finale. Other modes players will want to check out are Omni’s Nightmare, Bloodbath, and BOT modes.

Source : Microsoft

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