Naraka: Bladepoint Issued 6 Million Copies Worldwide, Sets Record For Sales of Chinese Buyout Games

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(Source: Naraka: Bladepoint)

On Wednesday, the official account of Naraka: Bladepoint posted on its Weibo channel that the sales volume of the game had exceeded 6 million copies on the 90th day of its global release, reaching a new record for the sales volume of a Chinese buyout game.

According to the official announcement, Naraka: Bladepoint ranks fourth in the number of players playing the game from internet cafés in China, and ranks in the top 5 in the game streaming sector. These results suggest that the game can be regarded as the best battle PC game in recent years. In addition, the game has also set a record for the overseas sales of a Chinese game on Steam, and has been well-received by gamers all over the world.

According to its website, Naraka: Bladepoint is a multiplayer battle royale game developed by Netease’s 24 Entertainment. The game is set in a fictional fantasy world in which two gods – Yin and Yang – fight with each other, resulting in the world being left in ruins. Players need to pick a character, collect  resources, confront other players, and survive until the end.

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On July 8, 2021, the game started a test without deleting files, and the worldwide test on Steam began on August 12, 2021.

At the same time, Naraka: Bladepoint has been able to establish a league system and community. A large number of players have consistently sprung up to livestream the game. Some have even become famous for streaming their game play during the Chinese National holiday this year. YJJ, a former OW professional player, turned heads when he dominated the National Elite Competition of Naraka: Bladepoint.