The fourth and final beta period for End of Nations, Petroglyph Games' massively multiplayer free-to-play real-time strategy title, will run from October 4th through 8th, publisher Trion Worlds announced today.
The fourth and final beta period for End of Nations, Petroglyph Games' massively multiplayer free-to-play real-time strategy title, will run from October 4th to 8th, publisher Trion Worlds announced today.
The beta will kick off at 11AM ET on the 4th and end at midnight ET on the 8th, and Trion Worlds is lifting its non-disclosure agreement to allow beta testers to tell the world about their experiences with the game. Live streams, screenshots, captured footage, and write-ups will all be permitted.
Players in the fourth beta will get to play around with new maps such as Deep Freeze, which offers a 56-player experience; Juggernaut, with its four-player co-op survival gameplay; and Full Boar, a four-player co-op "comp-stomp" map. The beta period will also offer a new tutorial to help novice players figure out the game and improve the skills of more experienced users.
Trion Worlds will provide beta participants with a free allotment of 500 in-game credits for use in End of Nations, which is set for release later this year on PC. Players can sign up for beta access on the game's official website.
Update: A representative for Trion Worlds contacted Polygon to correct an error in the announcement press release: the beta ends on the night of October 7th, not October 9th. We've updated the story to reflect this.
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