GUANGZHOU, China, Nov. 23, 2017 — Knives Out is the Battle Royale mobile game developed by top Chinese gaming company NetEase Games. Since its release on November 3, the game has gained great popularity and been downloaded more than 50 million times!
Now, the game has officially released its Open Beta Test. Gamers around the world can download the app from Apple or Google app stores and try out this realistic Battle Royale game. In order to provide gamers with the best possible gaming experience, the game has already added English and Japanese language packs. The company is also working hard to speed up the addition of even more languages.
For those who are not yet familiar with this game, Knives Out drops you and 99 other airborne gamers onto a deserted island to face off against each other in a cutthroat competition where you collect equipment, arm yourselves, race against a spreading poisonous gas, and overcome countless challenges to achieve the same goal: survive! 100 Players on a Desert Island, Only One Will Survive
The game has a 6.4 km x 6.4 km mapped region, the largest amongst similar games on the market. The map includes towns, villages, rivers, hills, and other gorgeously-rendered terrain that offers players a realistic survival gaming experience.
The game also allows duo mode and tactical squad mode. Gamers can join forces with friends and use their advanced techniques, limitless wisdom, and seamless partnerships to conquer the wilderness.
Knives Out also features a vast range of weapon and transportation choices. Be it a rifle, a handgun, a shotgun, a jeep, a family car, or an off-road vehicle, gamers can choose the most suitable equipment for overcoming the obstacles ahead.
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