We know that Xiaomi has products in almost all niche markets. We can buy a pot for cooking rice, an electric skate, and a ballpoint pen. The company sells everything and goes into any niche that is profitable. Now the thing goes a little further. Xiaomi is developing a Battle Royale-style mobile game.
The fashion of survival is reaching all deliveries and now we have good games on Android, PC, and consoles. The game of Xiaomi is called Survival Game and is set in a futuristic era. We just have details of the game, although you can request beta access to test it.
Games like PUBG or Fortnite are playing very hard. They allow players to freely access deliveries for which they have to pay on other platforms. This is the case of PUBG, for example. Although their graphics are not so spectacular, they allow us to do the same as on the big screen. This has unleashed a struggle for different developers to launch the best game. Xiaomi says to have it.
Similar To PUBG and Fortnite Gameplays
Xiaomi has wanted to give it a different touch and has included a space theme in its game. The initial bus has been replaced by a spaceship and the characters also wear suits with this theme. The game scenario does not seem so futuristic, because in the captures you can see that the houses and landscapes are similar to those we can see in PUBG. The game has the same goal: kill everyone and be the only survivor.
We can take a look at the touch controls and the HUD with the game information. It seems that there will also be some kind of areas that we will have to move our player to not die. It is very common in this type of games. Throughout the map, we can collect different weapons, accessories, armor or equipment, which, we will use to kill the enemies.
Survival Game has just entered beta and you can now fill out a Google form if you want to enter the beta version. At the moment we do not know the requirements, although a fundamental one will be to have a high-end mobile phone. Although it has not been confirmed, this delivery will consume a large part of the graphics section and it is not certain that it can be played on medium-range or low-end devices.