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Naraka Bladepoint nunchuck-combos its way onto Xbox Game Pass

NetEase's fantasy battle royale Naraka Bladepoint comes to Xbox consoles and Game Pass, and there's an Xbox One version in the works too, meaning more players

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Grab your controllers, because we’re about to make our Xbox thumbsticks do that loud clickety-clack thing when you wiggle them as the epic fantasy battle royale Naraka Bladepoint is out now on Xbox Series X|S consoles.

Naraka Bladepoint may have been out for a year already on PC, but to mark its console release, NetEase are giving all players a brand new weapon called The Dual Blades. This new weapon is the first double-handed weapon to come to Naraka and features a high attack speed, unstoppable movement, and multiple-hit combos to go alongside.

Naraka Bladepoint is also receiving a campaign due to player demand, lead producer Ray Kwan said at the Summer Game Fest Xbox Showcase. This mode will allow three players to team up and take on new enemy types and “massive bosses” together. The video makes clear that PvP mode and the campaign mode are “two entirely different games.” The mode is coming soon (before the end of summer) and more campaign chapters are already in the works, and the team is eager to receive player feedback.

In case that wasn’t enough, NetEase is also working on an Xbox One version of the game, which means the game will be available to even more players in the future – and that’s without coming to PlayStation platforms.

Naraka Bladepoint has already has a playerbase of 10 million on PC alone, so with game now on Xbox Series X|S, a new campaign, and Xbox One version soon, it seems things are only positive for those looking to dip their toes in the murky waters of the Morus Isle.

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