With the Battle Royale and Auto Chess craze receding of late, it seems MOBAs are now making a comeback. We’ll likely see Marvel Super War getting released in various regions before the end of the year, and League of Legends: Wild Rifts is set to arrive soon as well. Apparently, though, just Marvel alone is not enough to satiate NetEase, and so the company has announced Extraordinary Ones, another MOBA that’s eyeing a global release in early 2020. Check out its trailer below:

The game is already up for pre-registration on Google Play and it’ll be available for both Android and iOS at launch. The most prominent thing about Extraordinary Ones is probably its roster of 36 characters, all of whom originated from mythologies but have been redesigned to be as over-the-top as they can possibly get.

From what we’ve seen so far, these mythical figures have been mixed with anime and even some memes, and of course, their battlefield is going to be a high school campus.

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Mythical figures have been redesigned with an anime aesthetic, and now they are competing in a highschool campus

Aside from that, the game appears to be your usual MOBA experience. You'll form a team with 4 other players and compete against another team of 5, with the ultimate goal being to fight your way into their base and destroy their main structure. However, there’s also a teleporter that players you can use to catch your opponent off guard.

RNG will seemingly play a factor in deciding the items you’ll receive as well. These grant random stat boosts to your character and can also have other effects when activated. For example, you can heal yourself or inflict an enemy with a curse that slows their movement speed.

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Aside from the premise, it seems to be your typical MOBA experience

Extraordinary Ones is now up for pre-registration on Google Play but not on the App Store, though we can expect that to come pretty soon. There's no information on the monetization model yet, but if it’s anything like other NetEase’s titles, it’ll be free-to-play with IAPs.

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