Albeit, Rules of Survival follows the same basic principles of every other Battle Royale games that have come before it. One can expect to find the classic “last man standing,” “winner take all” format that is commonplace with the genre. Also, sticking with the same concepts as you’re familiar with, players drop into the remote island map from the air. Not to mention, your “safe zone” continuously shrinks, funneling players into the core. With that said, there are a few additions to the game which make it stand out just slightly from the rest. In particular, most of the Battle Royale games on the market today tend to stick to 100 player PvP mode, in Rules of Survival players can face off against 300 players.
In addition to the massive HD battleground and the volume of players, Rules of Survival introduces a wide range of vehicles into the mix. Of course, you can play as a single player, or team up with 5 of your friends as you battle for survival. Any way you slice it; you will rewrite the rules of survival.
Since the official launch in May of 2018, the game has had a mixed reception from players. Also, you may recognize the developer Netease Games, from the failed launch of FortCraft a mobile battle royale game. But I digress.
Without a doubt, a battle royale game would be nothing without a wide range of weaponry and items at your disposal. To be sure, Rules of Survival delivers in spades. A player can choose from an impressive list of twenty-nine different guns and explosive. Each weapon has it’s specific qualities, pick the right tool for the job, and you just might come out of this alive. As well, you have the option to modify your weapon with any number of attachments such as Red Dot Sights, Scopes, Mag extensions, suppressors and much more.
Thompson Submachine gun
In addition to the massive list of weapons, players can pick their preferred personal protective equipment. Yup body armor. There are three sets of body armor available each with different weights and levels of protection. First of all, Level one body armor will reduce damage by 30%. Next, Level two body armor will reduce damage by 40%. Finally, Level three will cut a total of 55%. Equally important, there are three helmets to choose from, lvl one, lvl two and lvl three. Also, the same scale of protection applies to helmets.
Given that style plays a significant role in the prosodification of your character, there are several items in which to personalize your player. Also, you’ll find various ammo, med packs, vehicle fuel and more throughout the map.
Title Rules of Survival
RequirementsWindows, OSX, iOS, Android
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