Free-to-Play Battle Royale Title, Realm Royale Now Available in Open Beta on PS4

 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, but for those who aren’t familiar with the game, I’ll let Nash explain more of how the game works:

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For those of you who aren’t familiar with our game, Realm Royale is a fantasy-themed battle royale which allows you to choose a class and then loot, or craft, weapons and abilities during the course of a match to customize your champion to fit your playstyle. Players can mount on their trusty steeds for faster travel around the map, and can queue in solo, duo, or squad modes.

Our Open Beta release also sees some exciting new features and updates for Realm Royale. We’re adding a new mastery system that will allow players to unlock new talents for each class, offering further customization of your character to match your preferences and playstyles.

The more you play with a class, the more talents you’ll unlock for that class, giving you even more options to personalize your gameplay experience. We’re also adding in two new weapons — the Assault Rifle and the SMG — to the game. Look out for these weapons when looting chests, or craft them at the forge!


In addition, similar to the battle pass in Fortnite, Realm Royale will have its own unique pass and it will be launching alongside the open beta. For PS Plus members, this battle pass will be free! There are 80 tiers of rewards and it is centered around Ninjas and Pirates.

Realm Royale is now in open beta for PlayStation users. Are you excited for the upcoming beta? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: PS Blog