Cyber Hunter, the open-world battle royale game has launched in Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia, and here comes for the player around Thailand and Philippines! It is an interesting battle royale game featuring survival, shooting and exploring gameplay elements.
Just like most of the other battle royale games, Wanderers will drop down sky-diving onto the 6 x 6 km map and scavenge for resources to survive. Any vertical surface in the game is climbable, which means Wanderers can climb on them and glide down from high up. Wanderers may discover items (eg: tactical gloves that improve climbing speed) to explore the world better!
As Wanderers level up, they will unlock different ability such as detecting enemy signal, invisible and build barricades. Wanderers can also dissolve a building or an item to gain droid energy, or use a Detector drone to spy on their enemies. While the Safety Ring protects Wanderer when they are outside of the safe zone, they can resurrect a teammate as well.
Available in 5 categories – SMG, Rifle, Sniper Rifle, Shotgun
There are plenty of vehicles for Wanderers to travel around the world. From one-seated to five-seated vehicles, they can be categorized into
The game allows Wanderers to customize their character from hairstyle, eyes
Keiichi Okabe is a well-known Japanese music producer, composer and arranger. He is best known for the theme music in the anime series Yuki Yuna is a Hero, the games Drakengard 3, Nier: Automata, and the PC game Fate/EXTELLA from the Fate series.
Ryuichi Takada is a well-known Japanese composer and arranger. He is best known for the theme music in the TEKKEN game series and the game Fate/EXTELLA LINK.
The original soundtrack of Cyber Hunter was produced by Keiichi Okabe and Ryuichi Takada, two famous experts from the game music creation fields, who personally made the game’s theme music. Music is used to express the exciting world atmosphere of the
For players in Thailand,