The beauty behind each of the game’s playable modes is how all concentration is primarily focused on tactical strategy. “Royal” seems to be a huge hit at the moment, which plays out like a last man standing mode that forces gamers to compete as the field grows smaller and environmental threats start clouded the entire map. “Victory” embodies the fast-paced action of the title as it encourages gamers to accomplish a variety of different tasks, which switch up every 30 seconds. Then you have the traditional “Battle” mode where the objective is to capture the opposing team’s pole. But that’s just a smidge of what Nadeo is offering come launch.