Life After's New Camp Version "Fight for Home" is Out, Defend yourselves from the Infected Invasion

NetEase Games has announced that the new Camp version of their open-world post-apocalyptic survival game Life After "Fight for Home" will be available on May 6th. The Infected Invasion gameplay has received an update, creating even more exciting post-apocalyptic experience! In addition, the Camp has received new upgrades in order to help players fight off the Infected Invasion. The Infected are upon us, so get ready for the challenge!

With its detailed portrayal of a post-apocalyptic world, Life After brought a variety of post-apocalyptic experiences to over 200 million players worldwide. The game was awarded the title of most competitive mobile game on Google Play 2019.

Infected game mode upgrades, work together to protect the high walls

In the new version "Fight for Home", the Infected Invasion has gone through a major update. The frame drop issue has also been fixed.

The Infected are staging sieges at the new high walls of the Camp. A new kind of self-destructive Infected also joins the fight. With the help of the high wall, you must help to defend the Camp, and attack the Infected with Fixed Cannons and Throwables to prevent them from invading. Protect the wall at all cost. The player fails when the wall fails. A new crisis is upon us. Players, gather to defend the humanity's last hope!

Comprehensive Camp Optimization, Humanity Joins Forces in "Fight for Home"

In addition, the Camp has received new upgrades in order to help players fight off the Infected Invasion. The camp scenes are more logically laid out, the removal of the Island allows all humans to live together in a proper community. In LifeAfter, Humanity can experience an unprecedented level of unity. In addition, the downtown functional buildings have been reimagined with new aesthetic improvements.

The Double Foundation on the Levin City Outskirts have been moved to the Central Garden Villa District. They look even better than before. Manor merging is now available for normal Manors, enhancing the cohabitation experience. Last, but not least, a lot of new gameplay content has been added including new Patrol content which greatly enriches the player experience!

Camp Customization, enjoy your unique post-apocalyptic experience

The brand new Camp Custom system allows players to decorate their own camps and create their own post-apocalyptic experience. Players are free to modify the appearance, color and even floor patterns for their camp to create their exclusive look. Meanwhile, you can also build a Main Statue for your camp. Campmates can donate materials to its construction. Create your own exclusive camp, and get a real sense of belonging.

To help new players become more familiar with the camp, this new release has also upgraded the in-camp guide. After joining the Camp, players can participate in a variety of activities such as Fishing, Camp Patrol and Camp Shooting Practice according to the guidelines to accumulate points, win rewards and achieve camp achievements.

The new version "Fight for Home" brings players a brand new game experience by upgrading the gameplay and content, which is what LifeAfter is all about. In the future, Life After will continue to release new content, and will strive to bring players a more real and diverse post-apocalyptic experience.

About LifeAfter

LifeAfter is an open-world doomsday survival game developed by NetEase Games (both iOS and Android version). Players are facing scarce resources, harsh weather, and dangerous wild lives, and from scratch collect resources, build houses, make tools and weapons, and fight alongside with teammates to make and defend a home in a post-apocalyptic world. By virtue of its vivid rendition of a doomsday world and survival struggles, the game now has 200 million registered players worldwide since its launch in 2018. It was dubbed the Most Competitive Game of 2019 by Google Play.

About NetEase Games

NetEase Games is the online games division of NetEase, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTES and HKEX: 9999), developing and operating some of the most popular mobile and PC 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

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