Once human PvP? – Answered

June 11, 2024 by No Comments


Once Human is shaping up to be one of the most interesting open-world survival games of the year; Now, considering the number of crafting survival games we get annually, that’s saying something. But in this unique world, you will encounter monsters and more. So, once human PvP?

Can you play human pvp once?

Yes, you can play Once Human PvP. Developer Starry Studios specifically designed the game to accommodate two types of players—PvE and PvP—by running different servers based on preference.

When selecting a server, check its “Type”. This is the second column in the server browser following the server name. You will notice that there are two: PvE and PvP. If you want to fight with other players while surviving against various enemies and items, choose a PvP server.

From personal experience with the game, I find PvE more popular, meaning a way to interact with more players. You can’t fight them.

How PvP works in a human once upon a time

When you first start out in Once Human, you wake up in a cryo-sleep tank underground. This is a short prologue meant to introduce you to the mechanics, give you free loot, and touch on some of the story through the environmental stories and lore notes found in the world.

But once you get past the prologue, the game really opens up into a massive world. If you join a PvP server you will encounter zombies, SCP-like enemies like The Siren and other players.

The thing is, you can’t immediately start shooting another player and expect a gun battle. You must hold “P’ on your keyboard and enter Chaos, then you can attack other players and formations. At the same time, others may attack you. It’s similar to the PvP mechanics in Fallout 76.

Why PvP in Once Human? Besides the thrill of fighting a competent player, there are also resources to consider. A human player has better equipment and items to loot after a PvP battle, often better than what you’ll find in the game world!


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