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In addition to an engrossing story that will take them through environments ranging from lush, exotic jungles to treacherous abandoned military installations, players have many gameplay options available to them. One of Scarlet Blade’s most dynamic features is the ability for any character to control a hulking mech for limited periods of time, providing temporary access to completely new abilities, play style, and vastly increased power.

Player vs. player (PvP) combat is highly developed and also huge in scale. Large battlegrounds are available to those seeking sweeping, epic PvP clashes in sizes of 50v50 or 80v80. For even more PvP action, players can take to a huge and continually contested open zone specially built for strategic PvP play between opposing factions. And at the end of a long day of fighting, players can wind down with their fellow combatants in a vibrant and racy nightclub.
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