NetEase held the annual NetEase Connect this weekend dropping trailers for about a dozen different games. Of course, not all were multiplayer, others are mobile, but there are still a good few that are both multiplayer and PC – or PC and mobile since that’s the direction we’re going in now. No, the Harry Potter game doesn’t count.
The first game that does count is Naraka: Bladepoint, the 60-player PvP mythical battle royale. Already a PC game, Naraka is getting the mobile treatment. The game is also getting a new hero, a samurai by the name of Takeda. He has a demon living inside him so...that must be nice.
For those looking for a little team competitive action, a new 2v4 competitive stealth game titled Mission Zero is on the way. Players take the role of invader or chaser and use infiltration, hacking, and other methods to reach victory. The teams are broken into four invaders and two chasers. Interestingly, the larger team appears to be the bad guys, breaking with the traditions of similar games.
Badlanders, a survival looter shooter is now available to players on both mobile devices and PC. Compete against 24 other players and fight your way to the top using real-world weapons. When you’re not too busy shooting other players, you can also dabble in in-game commerce by investing. Doing so will help you level up your arsenal and give you a leg up in future matches.
If guns aren’t your thing and you’re more into big rolling machines, then you may want to keep an eye out for Tank Company, which will be available to players soon. The game is built around 15v15 matches set during World Ward II and the Cold War. As should be expected, the tanks are customizable. Players will also be able to join clans once the game launches.
Zombie fans, unite! An all-new third-person shooting game featuring zombies is on the way. ZOZ: Final Hour players begin as part of a human team, but should they die, they’ll come back as zombies themselves – with new powers and infinite respawns.
Speaking of post-apocalyptic games, the open-world doomsday survival game LifeAfter is getting some love in the form of a new expansion. This one features an explorable ocean. As if there wasn’t enough for the half-zombies in this game to do already what with the house construction and all.
As we said, there's a variety of games that are getting love (or launching soon) that players might be interested in checking out. More information on them can be found on the NetEase connect site.
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