Lost Blade a new RPG developed by NetEase games global, is out now in SEA countries. Although it pales in comparison with other NetEase games, the game is still made with distinct features to it and for people that love RPG games but didn’t have much time to focus it on them, Lost Blade is definitely the game for them.
In Lost Blade, After the implementation of Emperor Jing’s martial law, training in various forms of martial arts has a widespread support. A few years later, The Emperor issued an edict mandating that the entire globe hand over the secret Kung Fu script in order to compose the celestial book.
Anyone who refused the order was killed without mercy and to protect guiltless people from being killed unnecessarily, the Emperor’s master promised to finish a book of these hidden scripts, but instead of presenting the complete book, he presented the Emperor with a blank book and made attempt to assassinate the Emperor, however he was unsuccessful and that book that had the power to dominate the planet has likewise vanished.
Players will experience their own ‘Wuxia’ story, a genre of Chinese fiction and film, concerning the adventures of sword-wielding chivalrous heroes and learn the ways of living and surviving in a dangerous world that is devoid of regulations. Lost Blade world and described as dangerous and archaic and full of right and wrong, good and bad, Players will not follow the same pattern and will be able to control the good and subdue the evil and players could even uphold justice or help tyranny if they want, with the help of the celestial book, however, it’s highly possible that there are no words in the celestial book. Lost Blade is an artistically designed comic world with unique dark ink and washes painting style, location designs based on traditional China and beautiful character designs and deep Lore with heavy plot and attention to detail with their Fractions, Elemental Tower, Arena, Wraith Labyrinth, Tea House, etc.
Lost Blade out-now
Lost Blade is now available for download in South-East Asian countries on Android devices from Google Play and TapTap, and is available in English, Simplified Chinese, Japanese and Korean. There is currently no information about the global launch, for more information check out their Official Website and Facebook Page.
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