Naraka: Blade tip, a parkour melee battle royale out today for PC, starts you in a match against bots. It’s a classic battle royale design choice that is meant to get you up to speed, familiarize you with the core mechanics of the game, and maybe even offer a nice, if artificial, confidence boost. Yet some players are piiiiiiissed.
“The fact that this game is pretending that bots are players is super annoying,” said one gamer wrote on Reddit. “Early games are full of bots to create essentially false first impressions of the game, make you feel good, and sell you that way [past] the refundable period, ”wrote another in a negative Steam review. (Steam has asked a no-questions-asked refund policy
That is not a new topic either. Take it easy from an elegantly titled Reddit post from behind during the beta tests of the game in April: “Stop with the bots already wtf.”
at PC player, Author Tyler Wilde said that the first couple of matches he played appeared to be bots, but that their presence quickly waned – although he noted that it is certainly possible that bots could have been included in later matches from the start . They’re just worse than humans and could be picked up quickly. (Halo infinite
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To be honest, I think bots are actually good, especially in battle royales. Naraka: Blade tip Games feature 60 fighters. In this case you say not only should I defeat 59 other people, but also don’t die all the time?
Definitely consider this a fair hint: if you’re planning on getting into Naraka: Blade tip this weekend and you feel fine with your performance, well …