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directorygames | Life is Strange 2: Fortsetzung von Life is Strange offiziell bestätigt!

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directorygames | Life is Strange 2: Fortsetzung von Life is Strange offiziell bestätigt!

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Das größte Highlight des Jahres 2015 war für viele Life is Strange. Nach seiner Veröffentlichung waren Fans und Medien begeistert, wodurch das interaktive Abenteuerspiel viele Fans gewonnen hat. Insgesamt umfasste das Videospiel fünf verschiedene Episoden, die im Verlauf des Jahres 2015 veröffentlicht wurden und die Story mit jedem neuen Teil erweitert bzw. fortgeführt hat. Somit ist es keine Überraschung, dass natürlich viele Fans auf die Fortsetzung von Life is Strange warten. Nun gab es endlich eine offizielle Information zum neuen Teil des Action-Adventures.

Am 18. Mai 2017 bestätigte Dontnod Entertainment einen zweiten Teil von Life is Strange offiziell auf dem YouTube Kanal des Videospiels. Alternativ gab es auch einen neuen Eintrag auf dem Blog von Life is Strange. Hier geht es zur offiziellen Ankündigung der Spiele-Fortsetzung.

Nachfolgend findet ihr das YouTube-Video zur Ankündigung von Life is Strange 2.


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January 16, 2018 |

directorygames – Life is Strange: Before the Storm: Prequel offiziell vorgestellt (Trailer)

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Quelle: YouTube – Life is Strange – Rachel Amber

Bereits im Vorfeld der E3 gab es Gerüchte, dass das Entwicklerstudio Deck Nine Games an einem Prequel, also einem Teil vor der bisher bekannten Geschichte aus Life is Strange, arbeitet. Diese Gerüchte wurden durch geleaktes Bildmaterial auf Imgur bestätigt, allerdings blieb ein offizielles Statement seitens Deck Nine Games bzw. Square Enix aus. Heute Morgen war es dann soweit. Im Rahmen der Pressekonferenz von Microsoft auf der E3 2017 in Los Angeles wurde in einem knapp zweiminütigen Trailer das Prequel zu Life is Strange vorgestellt.

In insgesamt drei Episoden soll die Geschichte von Chloe Price erzählt werden. Die Handlungen in diesem Teil von Life is Strange finden also offensichtlich in der Zeit vor Max Caulfields Rückkehr nach Arcadia Bay statt. Unklar ist also, ob wir Max in irgendeiner Art und Weise zu Gesicht bekommen. Wir erfahren durch das Prequel allerdings mehr über Rachel Amber und ihr späteres Verschwinden, den Autounfall ihres Vaters und den Streit zwischen Chloe und Frank Bowers. Wir dürfen also gespannt sein, wohin uns die Reise in Life is Strange: Before the Storm zurück nach Arcadia Bay führen wird und welche Gefahren auf Chloe zukommen werden.

Die erste Episode erscheint am 31. August 2017 für PC, PS4 und Xbox One und soll 16,99€ kosten. Informationen über den Release-Zeitraum der beiden weiteren Episoden gibt es bisher nicht. Wir schätzen allerdings, dass dieser sechs bis acht Wochen betragen wird. Das Staffel-Finale könnte also Ende des Jahres stattfinden. Informationen zu Life is Strange 2 gab es auf der E3 bisher nicht, folgen wahrscheinlich im Herbst oder Winter diesen Jahres. Life is Strange 2 ist die Fortsetzung von Life is Strange.


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January 16, 2018 |

directorygames | Life is Strange: Before the Storm: 25 minütiges Gameplay-Material veröffentlicht

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directorygames | Life is Strange: Before the Storm: 25 minütiges Gameplay-Material veröffentlicht

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Auf dem offiziellen YouTube-Kanal von Life is Strange wurde im Zuge der E3 2017 ein 25 minütiges Video veröffentlicht, welches uns exklusiven Einblick in das neue Videospiel von Deck Nine gibt. In insgesamt drei Episoden soll die Geschichte von Chloe Price erzählt werden. Die Handlungen in diesem Teil von Life is Strange finden in der Zeit vor Max Caulfields Rückkehr nach Arcadia Bay statt. Unklar ist also, ob wir Max in irgendeiner Art und Weise zu Gesicht bekommen ohne die Deluxe Edition kaufen zu müssen. In der Deluxe Edition befindet sich nämlich eine Bonusepisode in der wir die junge Max Caulfield spielen können. Wir erfahren durch das Prequel auf jeden Fall mehr über Rachel Amber und ihr späteres Verschwinden, den Autounfall ihres Vaters und den Streit zwischen Chloe und Frank Bowers.

Wir dürfen also gespannt sein, wohin uns die Reise in Life is Strange: Before the Storm zurück nach Arcadia Bay führen wird und welche Gefahren auf Chloe zukommen werden. Das nachfolgende Video sollte nur angesehen werden, wenn man nicht gespoilert werden möchte.


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January 16, 2018 |

directorygames – The Worst Reviewed Movies of 2017

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From Baywatch to Jigsaw to The Snowman.

2017 was nothing if not a chaotic year for Hollywood. A lot of blockbuster releases that seemed like surefire hits turned out to be critical and commercial duds.

Others, meanwhile, proved to be every bit as lousy as their trailers made them out to be.

Here’s a look back at each of the movies that earned a failing grade (5.9 or below) from us in 2017.

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Here’s a look back at each of the movies that earned a failing grade (5.9 or below) from our film critics in 2017.

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Here’s a look back at each of the movies that earned a failing grade (5.9 or below) from our film critics in 2017.

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The good news is that there were plenty of great films to be found this year as well. Check out this roundup of our Best Reviewed Movies of 2017 as well as our Winners for the Best of Movies 2017.

Jesse is a mild-mannered writer for IGN. Allow him to lend a machete to your intellectual thicket by following @jschedeen on Twitter, or Kicksplode on MyIGN.


December 30, 2017 |

directorygames – The Best Cheap Gaming Monitors

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An inexpensive upgrade for your rig, and your eyes.

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The right monitor can elevate your PC gaming experience, and you don’t need to spend a ton of money to do it. Whether you’re looking to compliment your shiny new gaming rig or just looking for an inexpensive update to an existing system, this guide will help you navigate the dizzying array of choices.

First of all, this is a great time to pick up a cheap gaming monitor and you’ve got plenty of choices. You’ll have to balance cost, features, and display quality to get the best bang for your buck though. We set a $500 limit on this guide for the sake of being comprehensive, but there are plenty of great choices for less than $250 if you’re willing to give up on high-end features that you’re less likely to use.

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Below we’ve sketched out what features are essential and what features can be cut to save a little money on a gaming monitor – something especially relevant if you’re running an older rig that can’t do 1440p or 4k anyway. The bottom line? The ASUS VG245H is a fantastic 1080p FreeSync display for the price. Read on for more details!

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Start your quest by selecting the right resolution for your platform and components, and your GPU’s horsepower will guide this area of your decision making. Sure, 4K resolution (3840×2160) is the current high end, but you’ll need a GTX 1080 or 1080 Ti for 4K gaming at a high frame rate, so if you don’t have a baller GPU you’ll save a lot of money by going with a 1080p display. It isn’t cutting edge, but it’ll get the job done.

Once you’ve settled on a display resolution that’s appropriate for your GPU, refresh rate and response time are critically important for gaming monitors. Refresh rate tells you how many frames per second a monitor can refresh the display while response time is how quickly it can react to input. Manufacturers’ specs are usually representative of what to expect under ideal conditions so keep in mind that your mileage may vary depending on your hardware. Finally, make sure that you’re getting the right type and number of input ports for your GPU. These days you usually can’t go wrong with DisplayPort, but not all monitors offer that, particularly on the low-end so be sure to do your research.

When it comes to the type of display to consider, the two most common panel types for gaming monitors are TN (twisted nematic) and IPS (in-plane switching). TN are the most common because they are the cheapest panels to produce and offer very low response times and high refresh rates. The only drawback to this type of panel is they typically have restricted viewing angles and don’t exhibit the greatest color accuracy. In contrast (display related pun intended), the more expensive IPS panels provide more accurate colors at the expense of somewhat higher response times. The choice is yours and it boils down to price, response time, and color accuracy. If you’re just going to be gaming, TN is fine, but you wouldn’t want to do professional photo or video editing on them; that’s purely an IPS panel activity.

There’s also adaptive refresh technology to consider, which is either Nvidia G-Sync or AMD FreeSync. These technologies sync the refresh rate between the monitor and graphics card in order to eliminate frame tearing when the two are out of sync. Another option to look for is High Dynamic Range (HDR), which is just now coming to PC monitors and provides a better brightness and color experience when connected to equivalently equipped graphics cards and/or the most recent consoles.

One more consideration is monitor size, and for the sub-$500 range you’ll be looking at 40 inches and smaller. If you’re like most gamers, you’ll want the largest monitor that will fit both your desk and your price range. For this buyer’s guide, we only considered monitors that are 24-inches or larger. You might want to look at smaller monitors to save money, although we would recommend this only as a drastic last resort.

ASUS VG245H – The Value Leader with AMD FreeSync

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If you want an AMD FreeSync panel, then the $199 ASUS VG245H wins my pick as the best 24 inch value gaming monitor available right now. For less than $200, you get a 1080p display with accurate colors and very good (1ms) response times that supports AMD FreeSync at 75Hz. The monitor includes 2W stereo speakers and Dual-Link DVI along with two HDMI ports so you can connect two devices at once. For a few more bucks, the 144Hz version is a very good deal as well.

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Dell Gaming S2417DG – High-end Features Galore

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This stunning QHD (2560×1440) monitor provides glorious visuals at just under $500 thanks to its ritzy inclusion of Nvidia’s G-Sync technology, a super-fast 165Hz refresh rate, and a fast 1ms response time. The flicker-free screen and fully adjustable stand (tilt, swivel, up/down) make sure that the long hours of gaming that you put in won’t hurt your eyes, or neck. An amazing 3.68 million pixels ensure that you’re looking at a crisp picture. Also, its ultrathin bezel lends itself to multi-monitor panoramic setups quite nicely.

 

LG 34UM57-P – Affordable UltraWide IPS Gaming

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This 34-inch UltraWide monitor immerses you in your gaming experience with panoramic scale, true-to-life color and brilliant clarity. The IPS panel looks great from all angles too, so this is also a great choice for watching movies. This is a great choice for gamers who want a big screen but don’t care about a ton of features and or things like super-fast response times. The bezel free design looks great, but the lack of height and swivel adjustment is disappointing, as is the relatively low 1080p resolution. Still, if you’re cash constrained and in need of a 34-inch monitor then the LG 34UM57-P is the way to go.

 

BenQ ZOWIE XL2730 – High Performance under $500

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This high-performance 27 inch QHD 144Hz monitor barely squeezes in below our $500 cut off for this buyer’s guide, and it is worth every penny. The 1ms response time and 144HZ refresh rate makes the XL2730 a great match for competitive gamers. You do sacrifice some color accuracy by choosing a high-performance TN panel, however. The Black eQualizer feature adjusts visual clarity in dark scenes and is optimized for PC eSports games like Overwatch. You’ll enjoy hour of gaming without straining your eyes with flicker-free technology, Low Blue Light backlighting, and a fully adjustable (height, tilt, swivel) stand. A plethora of ports and customizable settings rounds out this stellar panel. If there was ever a monitor that could help you up your game, this is it. Also, the 24-inch version will save you $200.

Samsung UE590 – 4K on a budget

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This 28 inch 4K TN panel is a great option for gamers looking for a value-priced larger monitor.  A 1ms response time is paired with a 60Hz refresh rate. Connection options include two HDMI ports and DisplayPort, and there’s also a headphone jack. The TN panel performs well with a great response time and smooth graphics, but sacrifices viewing angle. The UE590 is also available with Freesync support.

LG 27UD58-B – 4K and FreeSync on a Budget

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This 27-inch 4K UHD monitor is built around an IPS panel that includes AMD FreeSync support. A cool feature is LG Screen Split 2.0 which allows you to resize and display multiple windows at once. The 27UD58-B includes Game Mode with presets for FPS and RTS games so you can pick the best mode for your games. Black Stabilizer helps gamers see details even in dark scenes while the Dynamic Action Sync feature provides a smooth, fluid gaming experience. Like the Samsung UE590, there are few ports – only 2 HDMI, one DisplayPort, and a headphone jack.

 

ASUS PB287Q Easy on the Wallet and the Eyes

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This is a great choice for serious gamers who require smooth performance, 4K resolution, and eye-strain reducing technology. The 3840×2160 UHD resolution screen provides 157 pixels per inch and real 10-bit color with 1ms response time. The PB287Q is capable of a 60Hz refresh rate when connected via DisplayPort and 30Hz when connected via HDMI. A big draw is ASUS’s Eye Care Technology which features a flicker-free display to minimize eye fatigue during marathon gaming sessions. The stand is fully adjustable for swivel, tilt, pivot, and height.

ViewSonic XG2401 Affordable 1080P Awesomeness

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The ViewSonic XG2401 is a 24 inch 144Hz feature-rich gaming monitor that comes packed with pivot capability, internal speakers, two HDMI ports, one DisplayPort, 2 USB 3.0 ports, and a fully adjustable (height, swivel, tilt) stand. The fast 144Hz refresh rate coupled with a 1ms response time means that this monitor delivers smooth graphics no matter how frenetic the in-game action gets. Black Stabilization heightens visibility and detail by brightening dark scenes. AMD FreeSync technology seamlessly synchronizes the frame rate output between your GPU and monitor to reduce stuttering and jerkiness. It’s also available in 22-inch and 27-inch models, with and without FreeSync.


December 30, 2017 |

directorygames – Top 5 Switch Games of December 2017

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Merry Switchmas to all!

There’s no doubt that 2017 has been a fantastic year for Nintendo. With the new year just around the corner, it’s time to look back and go over some of the best Switch games released this month.

5. Brawlout


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There’s no point in dodging the fact that Brawlout bears a striking resemblance to the Super Smash Bros. series. It plays very similarly to Nintendo’s already massively popular fighting game franchise, but trust me, that’s a good thing. With a colorful mix of original and franchised characters from other indie games, Brawlout doesn’t hold back on fast-paced action. In fact, It removes the incentive for using defensive strategies by entirely ditching the ability to block and emphasizes on all-out attack.

With up to four players on the screen, matches can definitely start to feel frantic pretty quickly – especially while playing against opponents, or CPU matched to your skill level. Brawlout does offer a single player mode, but I guess that most players will likely spend the majority of their time in the games online and local multiplayer modes.

4. Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King


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Blossom Tales is a retro-inspired action/adventure game that takes many of its cues from one of the worlds most highly praised and critically acclaimed SNES games of all time: The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past. Its unabashed resemblance to the highly praised 1991 retro gem shines through not only in its pixel-perfect graphics but also in its elegant yet straightforward gameplay mechanics.

You play as Lily, a Knight of the Rose in the Kingdom of Blossom. Throughout your adventure, you’ll find plenty of mini-games and puzzles in which you’ll be able to take part in to earn rewards to upgrade your character. Not to mention, the game rewards players who enjoy stumbling off the beaten path with plenty of heart pieces and magic upgrades hidden all around the world.

Blossom Tales is a refreshing new take on a classic formula and stands out as a charming love letter to one of Nintendo’s most beloved and cherished franchises. So if you’re looking for a highly polished 2D Zelda experience with a modern twist to it, then you’re definitely going to want to check this one out.

3. Enter the Gungeon


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Enter the Gungeon is a procedurally generated, roguelike, twin-stick shooter that does an outstanding job of keeping your trigger-finger warm while providing a challenging yet highly addictive adventure along the way. Each of the four playable Gungeoneers offers a different set of skills and load outs that allow for different play experiences and cater to your preferred style of Gungeon Crawling.

While traveling through the Gungeon, you’ll stumble upon many multiple times and weapon types that are sure to keep things interesting. Everything ranging from standard pistols and shotguns to AK-47’s and Rocket Launchers. However, the deeper you go down the Gungeon, the crazier the weapons get. It probably won’t take too long before you find yourself using a literal shotgun shell that fires actual shotguns as your primary weapon. If you are in the market for an excellent roguelike, then Enter The Gungeon is a must buy on Switch.

2. Yooka Laylee


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Just like many of the iconic 3D platformers from the 64-bit era, Yooka-Laylee follows a familiar and much-appreciated formula. You have your hub world, which acts as a sprawling maze that teaches you the basic mechanics before allowing you to really stretch your legs in a handful of vast and colorful stages.

Each of the game’s stages are packed with numerous quests that you’ll need to complete before advancing through the story. From minecart challenges that harken back to Donkey Kong Country to some fun and clever boss fights against giant enemies brimming with personality, each one challenges you to master a handful of Yooka’s abilities.

Yooka Laylee plays like a lost Rare game that came straight out of the late ’90s, but with all the quality improvements of modern gaming, which ultimately makes it a refreshing blend of new and old. If you haven’t played it yet, do yourself a favor and check it out on Switch.

1. Xenoblade Chronicles 2


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Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is the latest release in Monolith’s loosely associated series of role-playing games. Similarly to the Final Fantasy franchise, many of Xenoblades gameplay mechanics carry over to each release in the series. However, each game holds its own original story.

Battles have an engaging rhythm to accompany the many layers of complexity they hold, and the game has more than enough variety to encourage exploration. Not to mention, the storyline itself is pretty compelling. There’s a considerable amount of game to be played here, and plenty of Switch owners will probably be busy spending time with this massive JRPG well into 2018. It’s the kind of game that really lets you play at your own pace.

You can jump straight into the main story quest and blaze straight through it, or you can take your time acquiring news blades and completing the plethora of side quests I the game. If you’ve been waiting for a meaty JRPG to dig your teeth into on Switch – look no further than Xenoblade Chronicles 2.

So those are my top 5 Nintendo Switch games for the month of December, But I want to hear what games you’ve been playing this month. Did I miss any good ones on my list? Let me know in the comments down below!

For more on Nintendo, check out our Nintendo Voice Chat 2017 Year in Review.

Filip is IGN’s Nintendo Editor. Find him on Twitter @filipmiucin


December 30, 2017 |

directorygames | Conqueror’s Blade: The “World Sandbox” Warfare Game Will Start Beta Test

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Developed for 6 years by Booming Games, Conqueror’s Blade is almost at its final form. The game is powered by CHAOS Engine, an in-house engine that provides realistic explosion and flame effects. The game will also feature dynamic weather like rainstorm and sandstorm. Most notably, the game presents epic battles that can host a thousand soldiers in the same area.
 
The game’s English official site (http://conquerorsblade.com/) and Facebook page (https://facebook.com/ConquerorsBlade/) have been live and the western beta is expected to start in early 2018.
  
Beta Test Trailer of Conqueror's Blade

What’s special about Conqueror’s Blade?

The game boasts unique features that you can’t see in other warfare games. First and foremost, the idea of what the developer calls “world sandbox”. The game world is a vast open space with several thousand square kilometers’ territories and diverse landscapes reflecting the real world in the 15th and 16th centuries.
 

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Alongside the demo, the MunkyFun team will be holding giveaways and contests over the weekend.

“We’re excited to bring League of War: VR Arena to this year’s PlayStation Experience event,” said Nick Pavis, CEO, and Co-Founder of MonkeyFun Inc. “We are looking forward to sharing a new action-packed experience with PlayStation Nation.”

December 23, 2017 |

5 Recommended Mobile Games to Play This Week (Dec 17, 2017) on directorygames

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With tons of new mobile games and updates rolling out every day, it is challenging to find the best new games for your mobile devices among all kinds of choices. To help out, we round up five awesome games we think are worth downloading and playing this week.
 
To find out more, you can also check out last week’s recommended mobile games.
 
Ace Attorney Investigations
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Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth takes the Ace Attorney series from the courtroom to the crime scene, leaving the legal battle behind while bringing the action to various crime scenes. This time around, the player takes on the role of famed prosecutor Miles Edgeworth, a memorable rival of charismatic legal eagle Phoenix Wright. Edgeworth actively investigates crime scenes in order to pursue the truth behind each case. By solving the challenging puzzles presented him, Edgeworth will work with the police to bring criminals to justice.
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On iOS, you can download and play the first chapter of Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth for free. If your appetite is suitably whetted, it'll cost £11.99 to unlock the remainder of the game. Over on Android, there's no free demo chapter, but you can buy the whole thing at a temporary launch discount of £8.99.
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December 23, 2017 |

Rules of Survival Launches Its First World Championship with Prize over $650,000 – directorygames.net

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Rules of Survival, a battle royale game on mobile developed by NetEase Games, has immediately gone viral since its official debut on 14th November. This PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds-like mobile game has ranked top on App Store in more than 22 countries such as America, France and Germany. It has also rocketed to the top of game ranking in Google Play Store, expanding its popularity on a global scale.

In response to its fans’ enthusiastic calls worldwide, Rules of Survival will embark on its first e-Sport journey named RoS World Championship on 20th December. It is dedicated to build up a world-class arena where topnotch survivors are born.
 

Three game servers divide this grand championship into three regions, Europe, Asia,and America. The total prize pool for each server is 60,000 USD, in which the champion will be awarded 30,000 USD. Meanwhile, teams that register successfully can get a variety of unique rewards including exclusive garment only available in RoS World Championship.

RoS World Championship will reach out to more than 60 countries and regions, and a special uniform will be customized for the top country in the points rank. Winning teams from each server will be invited to China to participate in the offline grand final, competing with other nine Chinese teams to battle for ultimate glory and a share in the prize pool of 476,000 USD. It is also noticeable that the champion prize will skyrocket to 150,000 USD at that stage.
 

To participate in RoS World Championship, players must reach Silver III or above, and form a team of four. Team leaders should register and take the team to compete in the specified server based on his/her nationality. After the qualifier and the group stage are finished, the final in each server will feature 14 teams competing with 1 new-coming influencer team for tickets in the offline grand final.

In addition, RoS World Championship will set compelling quiz events to retain the fun and vitality that a global tournament should embrace. No matter to players or to audiences, this unprecedented championship that assemble multiple countries can definitely ignite the Christmas spark for you.  

The registration period for RoS World Championship will officially unfold on 20th December and end on 27th December, during which all the players can register either from the posted link in RoS Facebook or the registration page inside the game. Now team up and gear up for the greatest show on Earth. Outplay your foes to be the primer survivors ! 

December 23, 2017 |
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