Another battle royale match? Nooooo! If you’ve played with an io game before, you’ll understand they’re typically low-quality games visually, but weirdly addicting. I’d never heard of Surviv io before, despite playing lots of the io matches, and that I was confused by how it was about to work.
From a birds-eye perspective, you are a circle with fists, and you need to explore the map in order to discover things — most importantly, guns. If you do not have a gun, then all you’ve got are the fists, and you are going to probably die if you encounter somebody who’s all kitted out.
Solo, you play alone against everyone else. Duo, you have a group of other people. And together with 50 v 50, the groups are split in half, giving you greater chance of winning as half the people on the map will be in your team.
The graphics are definitely suspicious, but as I mentioned, the vast majority of io games don’t have the best graphics. It appears as if they purposely seem this way, and it doesn’t seem to bother loyal players. So that is definitely a win for Justin Kim.
The music and sounds I am not a fan of. The songs on the menu is bothersome, but fortunately once you enter the game, the music turns out and it is quiet. During the authentic gameplay, all you can hear are shooting, water, bursting — all of the normal sounds through a battle royale game. My only issue is how low quality that the noises , they’re not just the most pleasant to listen to. The issue is, the noises will need to be on so you can hear the disposition of the opposing group.