Best Games Like NARAKA: BLADEPOINT [Selected by a Veteran Gamer]

  • Naraka: Bladepoint is a unique game, with few alternatives that offer all its features.
  • For similar melee combat, you have options like Chivalry 2, Elden Ring, or GunZ 2.
  • Other good choices for similar games include For Honor, Mordhau, or My Hero Ultra Rumble.

NARAKA: BLADEPOINT stands out due to its unique combination of battle royale and melee fighter-style combat. While there is no game exactly like NARAKA out there, there are many alternatives that offer most or at least some of its elements and mechanics.

Below, you have the best games like NARAKA: BLADEPOINT. These are recommended by a veteran gamer (myself), not any AI or automated matching mechanics, as most of the websites use nowadays. Let’s start!

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Chivalry 2

Chivalry 2 game screenshot

Although not a battle royale game like Naraka, it’s very similar to it because of its focus on melee combat. Here, players engage in the full spectrum of combat, from sword fights and sieges to setting fire to villages, across massive 64-player battlefields.

Chivalry 2 offers a unique battle experience too, enabling players to fight from horseback with tactics like trampling and lance charges, as well as good ol’ melee combat.

Crossplay support ensures friends can join forces, regardless of platform, to conquer the battlefield together. A great choice if you’re looking for something similar to Naraka, but it doesn’t have to be a battle royale game.

Available on: Steam, Playstation, Xbox.

For Honor

For Honor game screenshot

For Honor is a third-person adventure hack-and-slash game that allows you to engage in melee combat against other players in various modes ranging from 1v1 all the way to 4v4.

The combat is detailed and resembles fighting games while the movement is fairly slower compared to Naraka and requires more precise movement. Also, For Honor isn’t a battle royale game… but it still is a good alternative.

Also, being one of the most recent games on our list, it delivers a lot in terms of the quality of the visuals and the solid gameplay flow.

Available on: Steam, Playstation, Xbox.

My Hero Ultra Rumble

My Hero Ultra Rumble screenshot

My Hero Ultra Rumble is a free-to-play anime battle royale game. It resembles Naraka in its fast-paced combat system, including the melee option, but it has a more casual vibe since characters are easier to learn and master. Also, it receives updates often with new characters being introduced.

However, at the moment, the game has some optimization issues and if you want to unlock every character, you’ll need to spend real-life money as there are some pay-to-win elements. But in terms of gameplay and feel, it’s very close to Naraka Bladepoint – and since it’s free to play, I’d say that you have no reason not to try it.

Available on: Steam, Playstation, Xbox One, Switch.


Mordhau game screenshot

If you want a similar but slower combat than Naraka, Mordhau is an amazing Medieval multiplayer PvP game. Combat ranges from the classic 1v1 to the massive, 64-player free-for-all battlefield.

While it was released back in 2019, it’s still receiving updates to date and has an active community.

Available on: Steam, PlayStation, Xbox.

Farlight 84

Farlight 84 in-game screenshot showing combat

Farlight 84 invites players to a thrilling cosmic combat in a free-to-play Hero Battle Royale setting, with an interesting feature, offering crossplay between mobile and PC.

Here, you get fast-paced battles, and generally a more intense action with condensed chaos compared to your typical hero shooter games. Even though melee is not really part of the offering, I still consider it similar to Naraka due to its frantic gameplay.

Available on: Steam, Android and iOS.

Elden Ring

Elden Ring game screenshot showing intense fight

Elden Ring is a single-player game and its main common point with Naraka is its combat style and variety. Both games offer many different (mostly melee) combat options and combine that with fast and satisfying movement.

If you want something that’s as close to Naraka Bladepoint, then you have to jump into the arena and test your skills against the other players.

NOTE: While Elden Ring is a great starting point, any Souls-like game is a great recommendation if you enjoy the combat in Naraka.

Available on: Steam, Playstation, Xbox.

GunZ 2: The Second Duel

GunZ 2 screenshot showing sword fight.

This game is crazy-similar to Naraka, but its main problem is its age. Released in 2014, it no longer has an extremely active player base – hence its ranking a bit lower on the list.

But it’s still a really good multiplayer game that focuses heavily on fast paced, intense melee gameplay. And for a game released a decade ago, it still looks really good.

Available on: Steam.

Apex Legends

Apex Legends gameplay screenshot

Apex Legends definitely deserves a spot on this list as it’s the most popular battle royale currently. It has been on top of the Steam charts consistently since its release, so at least you won’t have any problems finding other players to test your skills against.

Other than its genre, Apex Legends resembles Naraka in its fast-paced combat, great character variety, and consistent monthly updates with new content.

Available on: Steam, PlayStation, Xbox, Switch.


Warhaven in-game screenshot of multiplayer battle

While Warhaven did not enjoy an extremely warm welcome, it remains a solid option for those looking for some Naraka: Bladepoint alternatives.

It is a team-based, free to play multiplayer game with a big focus on melee combat, as well as difficult to master characters (or mechanics). And even though it’s not perfect, I have to admit that I find it enjoyable so do give it a try, especially since it will cost you nothing to do so.

Available on: Steam, but also planned for consoles.

Hellish Quart

Hellish Quart game screenshot

An early access game with lots of potential (although not quite there yet), Hellish Quart is a great match for its melee combat, but at the moment it only supports local multiplayer, which is a major setback. (Online multiplayer is expected to become available in the future though).

The game’s combat system is driven by real-time physics and active ragdolls, ensuring each duel feels authentic. Attacks are launched from four angles, with button combinations unlocking special moves and combos.

There are some better choices out there in terms of overall gameplay, but you have this as an option, especially if you like playing Naraka for its melee combat. You get just that, since Hellish Quart is a fighting game, and nothing more.

Available on: Steam (console versions planned with full release).

Do you know any other games that are similar to NARAKA: BLADEPOINT? Let us know by commenting below!

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