The closed beta test for the revived Alliance of Valiant Arms will begin this weekend, running from November 26 to 28 on Steam. Follow on test announcement from last monthNeowiz now says that the game will “move from a representational model to a visual model” and that “Pay2Win will no longer exist.” In other words, the cash shop is all about cosmetics (we hope).
Other points of concern being addressed with this test include AVA’s current anti-heat system, which Neowiz says is “simply inadequate to deal with malicious attempts from many people” use.” As a result, it will be replaced by EOS, a program developed by Easy Anti-Cheat that “uses cutting-edge technology to prevent most undesired exploits, as well as update threats.” new and upcoming.”
The game’s servers will be hosted by Amazon Web Services and will be located in Europe, Asia, and the central US. Player rewards include the M4A1 Dreamcatcher, in-game currency, and weapon modification tickets.
You can learn more about closed beta testing and sign up, via the AVA Steam page.
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