If you’re looking to take a break from leveling up in Peroxide and want to have fun with some friends without the stress of a competitive arena, you might want to consider purchasing a Private Arena. This is the perfect opportunity to go head-to-head with other players and friends all casually. Switch up game modes and only invite who you want. Keep reading below for all the details!
Peroxide Private Arena Guide
Private Arenas is a new feature in Peroxide that will allow players to hold their own PVP without having to queue for Ranked competitive play. Plus, they are in control of all game modes, what players can join in, and all the details.
Private Arenas are not the same thing as Private Servers. Private Servers are a copy of the complete game but separated from the public servers, so only you and select players can join in to grind quests and battles. A Private Arena is a small version of the map that is simply for fighting other players.
How to create a Private Server in Peroxide
To create a Private Arena in Peroxide, you’ll need to join the regular game server and open the Shop at the top of the screen. In the shop, you’ll see an option for a purchase of the Private Server. Although this is incorrectly labeled as a Private Server, if you click on it, it will display it as a Private Arena for 300 Robux. Unfortunately, you’ll need to spend some Robux to create the arena, which might mean you need to use actual money.
Once you make the purchase, you’ll be able to jump into the Private Arena and invite others by giving them the Private Arena ID Code. You’ll also be able to customize modes, heal yourself at the Heal Pad, or damage yourself with the Death Pad.
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How to join a Private Arena in Peroxide
If you don’t have the funds to purchase your own Private Arena, you could also join in with a friend in their Private Arena. All you need to do is get them to tell you the Private Arena ID and then enter it on the main menu in the textbox at the bottom of the screen. Then select the Join Private Arena button.
Private Arenas is a great opportunity to have some fun with friends without worrying about other obstacles in the main world or having to deal with the highly competitive and stressful Ranked Arena. If you have the Robux to spend, you’ll enjoy being able to show off your skills or try different modes out.
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