Identity V is the new NetEase game for mobile phones and tablets. The game was released globally first on the iPhone and iPad and should arrive in the next few days on Android. Mixing multiplayer with survival horror, Identity V is one that runs away from the standard “NetEase” to be, and bets more on original content.
With an initial focus on storytelling, Identity V is part of this new, free-to-play gameplay that seeks to tell a story, not just “give control to the players.”
However, the game does not forget the multiplayer side and has a fun mode where a player will control a monster and 4 other players must escape it.
So far, Identity V is only available in English, Japanese, Chinese and so on. There is no translation yet for Portuguese. But given the history of NetEase, it may be that this translation into our language will arrive soon.
In iOS, Identity V is a lightweight game. It only requires an iPhone 5S or iPad 2 and even runs on the outdated iOS 6.0.
Advertising: No | Online Game
Contains built-in shopping: Yes
Requires iOS 6.0
Language: Korean | Size: 1 GB
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