Solo Mode

In Solo Mode, you are matched against 20 players and 15 guards with one of them being a Legendary Guard. However, you only have one life. Your main objective is to collect weapons, defeat other players and guards to get their loot, and be the last one standing out of all of them. There are three variations of Solo Mode:

  • Lite: Shorter matches consisting of 5 guards and 10 players.

  • Standard: Regular matches with 15 guards and 20 players.

  • Full: Longer matches consisting of 15 guards and 30 players.

Duos Mode

In Duos Mode, you are paired up with a partner.

The main objective is simple: You and your partner must stick together and work as a team to battle it out against other duos and guards. Split up your roles, coordinate your attacks and be the last duo standing or if your partner died then be the last one standing!

The game mechanics and rulings are very similar to Solo Mode with a few differences.


Before joining, you will be given the option to invite either a friend or a clanmate. Otherwise, you will be assigned with a random teammate instead.

Weapons that you pick up will also be picked up by your teammate as well, as long as they're within screen range, the only weapon that would not be given to everyone is the legendary weapon, as the team would be too overpowered and it isn't fair.

If a teammate is killed, you will only have a few seconds to revive them before they drop all their loot.

Certain character abilities can be used to help teammates.

Trios Mode

Trios Mode will function like Duos mode. You are assigned into a team of 2 other players and must work together to be the last ones standing.

Rules: same as Dous Mode

Squads Mode

In Squads Mode, you will be matched with a team of 4 other players.

Rules: same as Dous Mode

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