Guangzhou, China, Dec 3, 2020 – The second crossover event between NetEase Games’ acclaimed post-apocalyptic survival game LifeAfter and Capcom’s survival horror series Resident Evil™ will run from today (December 3rd) to December 17th. Players need to unite and deal the final blow to the Umbrella Corporation while earning the delicate items which are only available during the crossover. The event will introduce new outfits from iconic Resident Evil characters Jill Valentine and Albert Wesker. The Raccoon Police Department (R.P.D.) scene, along with outfits and themed items from the first crossover event will also return.
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Special crossover website: https://bit.ly/33rFKPr
The second crossover event will introduce outfits of two more iconic characters — Jill Valentine and Albert Wesker. There will also be other new crossover-exclusive items, including a backpack and picture frame. Meanwhile, the Leon S. Kennedy and Ada Wong outfits and other Resident Evil-themed items from the first crossover event will make a return during the new event. With these add-ons, players will be able to enjoy a more immersive Resident Evil-style survival horror experience.
In addition, the second crossover scene from the ominous R.P.D. will also make a return, with appearances of iconic enemy bosses from various Resident Evil games. From the moment players set foot in the dangerous R.P.D., they must wipe out the Infected and then face Tyrant from Resident Evil 2 in a battle of wits. Players must decode locked chests and collect the three medallions required to unlock the secret tunnel to escape from Tyrant’s pursuit! In the deepest recesses of the secret tunnel, players will face off against one of four final bosses selected at random – Majini, G (Stage 2), Nemesis or Tyrant.
Boss Skills Introduction:
- G (Stage 2): G (Stage 2) quickly rushes towards players with its huge and twisted sharp claw. It will leap into the air to perform a heavy slam, which is an attack that players need to avoid that.
- Executioner Majini: Dragging a great axe, the Executioner can knock players flying with his sweeping strike.
- Tyrant: A major obstacle players need to deal with when collecting medallions, Tyrant is a relentless juggernaut that never stops chasing down its prey. It can knock players off with its deadly punches and charges from a long distance.
- Nemesis: With a rocket launcher in one hand, Nemesis can lock onto a player’s location, then launch a rocket after a few seconds to cause massive area damage. Tentacles can spring out of Nemesis’ right palm to bind and drag players in front of it. Nemesis can also make a dizzying and deafening roar.
Alongside the crossover event, a prize draw event with awesome rewards will also be launched via the official LifeAfter social media community.
The second phase of the LifeAfter and Resident Evil crossover event is arriving today. Join the last fight together to deal the Umbrella Corporation a fatal blow and end the evil once for all!
For more details of the crossover event, please visit the official website and official twitter account.
LifeAfter Download: https://go.onelink.me/uf4S/1ac5f621
LifeAfter Official Fan page: https://www.facebook.com/LifeAfter.en/
LifeAfter Official Website: https://www.lifeafter.game/
LifeAfter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgGn6T7CV137rafeG-iFuxg
LifeAfter is a post-apocalyptic survival game made by NetEase Games and available on both iOS and Android. In this game, players are thrust into a world of scarce resources, extreme weather conditions and lurking beasts. Begin from nothing and collect materials to craft tools, weapons, and even build houses. Fight alongside your teammates to create and protect your post-apocalyptic paradise. Since its launch in 2018, the game has garnered nearly 200 million registered players with its detailed portrayal of post-apocalyptic survival and was rated as one the most competitive games of 2019 on Google Play.
About NetEase Games
NetEase Games is the online games division of NetEase, Inc., developing and operating some of the most popular PC-client and mobile games in markets including China and Japan. As one of the world’s largest incubators of quality online game content, NetEase Games is dedicated to supporting the growth of innovative studios around the globe and growing an international presence along the way. To complement its self-developed games and world-class R&D capabilities, NetEase Games also partners with other industry leaders including Blizzard Entertainment, Mojang AB (a Microsoft subsidiary) and other global game developers to operate some of the most popular international online games in China. For more information, please visit neteasegames.com.
About Resident Evil
Since the debut of the original Resident Evil game in 1996, Capcom’s Resident Evil franchise defined the survival horror genre and has shipped more than 103 million units worldwide. The series introduced the world to iconic video games characters, such as Leon S. Kennedy, Jill Valentine and more. Survival horror combined with exploration, puzzle solving, intense action and riveting stories have made Resident Evil games a favorite among video game fans worldwide.
Capcom is a leading worldwide developer, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment for game consoles, PCs, handheld and wireless devices. Founded in 1983, the company has created hundreds of games, including groundbreaking franchises Resident Evil™, Monster Hunter™, Street Fighter™, Mega Man™, Devil May Cry™ and Ace Attorney™. Capcom maintains operations in the U.S., U.K., Germany, France, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Tokyo, with corporate headquarters located in Osaka, Japan. More information about Capcom and its products can be found at www.capcom.com or www.capcom-unity.com.
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