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Pre-registrations for NetEase’s Badlanders is Now Open!

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According to the recent report, Pre-registration for NetEase Games Badlanders is now open for all players worldwide. It is a fun-competitive survival shooter game with a loot centric gameplay aiming to bring a contrast experience to players.

Watch the Trailer of NetEase Games Badlanders here:

The battlefield is reached by 25 badlanders each with their own intent. Take the enemies to their heads or create an arsenal of chests spread across the map steadily. Some become prosperous instantly in the region of heroes, while others risk everything. All players can create their own arsenal, customize gears and weapons, and more.

 

Tune in to experience a different gaming style centered with loots on the battlefield. To pre-register the game now visit the official website of the game.

 

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