Chapter 64

Game Camp (1)

Translated by NotBlueYet

Edited by Kingavent

Rio’s game room is an ideal environment for gamers.

“Well, as expected of Rio. I envy this environment.”

“Even though Ryo earns more money?”

Rio grins.

“Well, I get prize money and stuff, but my room is too small to put several monitors and stuff in it.”

I have money, but I don’t have much space.

This is something that can’t be helped.

I’m thinking of living on my own after I graduate from high school and setting up a gaming environment.

If I am going to be a professional gamer for a long time to come, I will need to invest that much.

“I see. I thought Ryo’s environment would be like this.”

“Not at all. I use a decent computer, but I only have one monitor.”

“Well, I only use the front side of the monitor most of the time, so the two side monitors are just for decoration.”

To be honest, if you just want to play games, one monitor is all you need.

“Well, let’s play a game right away. Ryo can use my other computer.”

“You have two computers.?”

“Yes, that one is the one I used before, but it’s specs shouldn’t be that different.”

There was another computer in Rio’s room.

As Rio said, the specs of the computer are more than sufficient.

“Shall we start then?”

“Yes! Let’s do it!”

I put on the headset I brought with me.

I sit down in front of the computer and start up  Pro-hopple.

“Ryo, where do you want to go down?”

“How about this blue pin?”

I put a pin on the map.

A little off the beaten path.


“Let’s get some supplies first.”


We parachute down to the city where I marked.

We were checking the surroundings, but no enemy seemed to have landed in this city.

I could confirm that a number of people went down to the big city, which is called the fierce battle area.

“Well, they’re going to have their way with us over there, aren’t they?”

“That’s right.”

Sometimes it’s tempting to go on the offensive right from the start, but if you’re going to definitely aim for the top ranks, there’s no need to go all the way from the beginning.

That is also a strategy.

“Ryo, do you need a sniper?”

“Don’t you need one Rio?”

“I’m fine with the assault for now.”

“I’ll take it. Thank you.”

As I am good at long-range, it would be easier for me if I had a sniper.

“Rio, how are your supplies?”

“Well, I’m a little nervous about my recovery, but I think I’ll be okay.”

“Well, let’s just go through the whole place and then move on.”

We searched for recovery items while searching for the enemy.

“I’m fine with supplies.”

Our supplies were pretty good.

We had enough to last for the time being.

“I’m good to go, too.”

“Well, let’s move on.”

It’s not good to stay in the same place for a long time.


“Where are we going?”

“We’ll go to the center of the area.”

“Right. Maybe we’ll get out of the area.”

Probably the next safe area shrinking will take us out of the area or just barely into it.

The next reduction after that will certainly put us out of the area.

Then it’s better to be in the area beforehand.

We start moving.

“I’ll check the rear just in case.”


We proceeded while searching for any targets.

“Ryo, behind the tree in front.”

“Ah, found it.”

“I’ve got good eyesight.”

Rio found the enemy who was far away from us.

Rio’s ability to search for the enemy is one of the best among the professionals.

“Can we get there?”

If that’s the case, I think I can get past it with a sniper.

The opponent has not noticed us yet.

I switched to a sniper rifle.