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Josh Nash Community Manager from Hi-Rez Studios took to the PlayStation Blog to announce that their free-to-play battle royale title, Realm Royale is heading into open beta starting today, January 22. This is super exciting has many gamers have been loving the game while in its closed beta phase. Now with the game heading into its next phase, open beta, plenty of more gamers who love the battle royale genre, could check it out for themselves. As you could assume, Realm Royale is unique its in own way.

Battle royale games are growing in numbers by the day, it seems. PS4 players have several options to choose from if they fancy some last-man-standing multiplayer, and today, another title has launched on the system. Realm Royale is a free-to-play battle royale shooter, and it's launched on PS4 with an open beta. And if you don't have enough time to play Realm Royale and earn Crowns, provides Cheap Top Up Realm Royale Crowns for you.

“Get instant access to Realm Royale on PlayStation 4 with the Founder’s Pack! Plus, you’ll get our first cosmetic bundle, full of PS4-exclusive content! Get a new mount skin, a chicken skin, and much more,” the official PS Store blurb reads. “This bundle will only be available for a limited time. Don't miss out.” It should also be noted that while Realm Royale will be free to download, you may need an active subscription based on which platform you are using. Realm Royale was recently updated on PS4, PC and Xbox One, including a new Battle Pass for the game.

The game was previously in a closed beta on PS4, but it's now been opened up to everybody. Also launching today is the second battle pass for the game, and all PS Plus members get it for free.
Emerging from a future time, where the world has been consumed by the darkness that is the Abyss, Atlas has stepped back to what he senses as the turning point; brought into the present Realm through one of the portals that plague the Shattered Desert. The reveal trailer for Atlas, lays out the backstory of his return in the definitive style of Paladins, telling the short tale in a storybook-like fashion. While the trailer was awesome, what stuck out was the transformation to a more animated and fluid style, after Atlas entered the past. Sometimes it’s the little things that make the biggest impact.

His alternate fire is called Setback, in which he shoots a ball of chronon energy. When this hits an enemy, it brings them back to where they were 4 seconds ago. On the other hand, his first ability Second Chance, allows Atlas to travel back in time to where he was and what state he was in 4 seconds ago. Second chance restores health to the highest point during the 4 seconds while in Setback, the enemy’s health will be brought to their lowest point. These 2 skills show how playing as Atlas is no easy feat as you have to be attentive of the 4 second time frame, but mastering this may give you a feeling of being a true master of time. In addition, Cheap Paladins Crystals Code is on hot sale at our website

Atlas’ ultimate ability – Exile – is quite frankly a free double or triple kill. When activated, Atlas can use his weapon to lock out enemy champions for four seconds. Affected champions cannot be interacted with in any way, by enemies or their own team.Being able to completely remove a key enemy champion from the equation for a moment is a massive power-swing in team fights. Atlas can also use Exile to save himself from imminent death when outnumbered. The only downside is that the ability seems to cap at three uses per cast. It’s not yet clear whether that’s three shots total, or three successful exiles.

Judging by this impressive skillset, Atlas is a force to be reckoned with. But he does have his vulnerabilities. At 3,500 his health pool is low for a front line champion. He also has no access to damage reduction cards and instead relies on boosted healing. This makes him very susceptible to properly timed burst damage.


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