V Rising announces preliminary beta testing

V Rising . Preliminary Beta

This feels like I’m publishing one of those practice tests that people take before taking the really big test in school. I guess this is the video game equivalent.

If you’re interested in playing the vampire survival game V Rising, Stunlock Studios has announced that they will be holding a preliminary beta test “early December” – almost any day. The purpose of this test is to ensure the technology will hold below the expected number of players during the “official” closed beta testing, which will take place in Q1 and Q2 2022.

As you might expect, preliminary testing is more limited than subsequent tests. As Stunlock pointed out in the developer blog, participation in beta testing of any kind is not guaranteed. That said, it’s worth signing up anyway as the developer will continue to roll out invites for each test run. Registration is available on the V Rising . page.

As an additional note, if you’re interested in the behind the scenes of V Rising’s development, Most recent developer blog dive into the 3D artistic side of things. It is quite in-depth and provides an interesting look at the process.

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