If you are PC Gamers then you must to read this PUBG Mobile “Ring of Elysium”, it takes place within a ski resort, with snowboards, hang gliders, avalanches and hypothermia included. Each round ends when four players are remaining, one for each vacant seat on a helicopter transports them away. It’s a far cry from “Minecraft,” where players might help to lend a hand each other survive, though Battle Royale games naturally support strategic thinking under stress and, where the format allows, teamwork and clear communication.
Developed and published by Chinese internet giant Tencent, “Ring of Elysium” — previously known as “Europa” — is to launch worldwide on September 19 via PC gaming platform Steam.
Tencent has already published a test version of “Ring of Elysium” in Thailand and Indonesia via Singapore-headquartered games company Garena, but this international release is being distributed through Steam.
While maintaining genre conventions — up to 100 players scavenge for equipment and weapons in a fight to stay alive — it introduces severe weather conditions as well as novel modes of transport such as snowboards, zip lines, hang gliders, and snowmobiles, with cliff-scaling pickaxes also available.
The PUBG MOBILE Tencent has already launched a beta version of “Ring of Elysium” in Thailand and Indonesia via Singapore-headquartered games company Garena, but this global release is being distributed through Steam.
While keeping up type conventions — up to 100 players search for equipment and weapons in a fight to keep on alive — it brings in severe weather situation as well as novel modes of suggesting such as snowboards, zip lines, hang gliders, and snowmobiles, with cliff-scaling pickaxes also available.
In the “Ring of Elysium” wait for a snow map currently predictable for genre spearhead “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds” by the end of the year, while similarly going toe-to-toe with Garena’s own “Free Fire” and an additional Asian participant for PC and mobile, “Rules of Survival.” The likelihood of astringent hypothermia also puts “Ring of Elysium” bordering to current Steam success “SCUM,” which simulate some physiological systems, even if Tencent’s development adopts a more straightforward approach.
By the way, Tencent earlier developed two “PUBG Mobile” games in help with South Korean “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds” studio Bluehole; it also has possession of a controlling stake in Epic Games, the studio at the back the softer, more caricatured, and very much popular “Fortnite.”