NetEase Games and My.com announced today that their free-to-play game Revelation Online will be entering closed beta on Tuesday, October 25th. The CBT will run until November 8th and is the first stage of several testing stages. This stage is the “technical test,” and will test the core systems. The developers warn that players may run into localization problems such as Chinese or Russian text.

In addition, this test will allow players to experience the plot up until level 49. It will also grant them access to 10v10 battlegrounds, the Hot Springs zone, and four dungeons.

While some people have already been granted keys to the test, those who may not have obtained one yet can enter the Instant Win Contest on Facebook for a chance to get one. Those that don’t want to try their luck can purchase a Founder’s Pack.

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  1. -GG- TheSecondJoker on October 13, 2016

    I wish I had CBT access… This is one of the only f2p games I am interested in this year.

    P.S. I found funny the fact that in the Founder Packs they wrote “All of your wings inherit the speed of your fatest (fatest not fastest lulz) wings.

    • Merkadis on October 13, 2016

      Maybe they meant “All of your wings inherit the speed of your fatest wallet”?
      I wouldn’t be surprised. xD

    • ASD on October 13, 2016

      Same and if the devs deliver and not BS us like over 90% of the devs seem to do I’ll make an account with this game 🙂

  2. Merkadis on October 13, 2016

    What’s great is that those morons from allods team are not involved with the inner workings of this game. Thank the gods.
    After what they did to Skyforge this is truly a blessing.

    • Derp on October 18, 2016

      My.com is a publisher not a developer. They just published Skyforge for the Allods developers.

  3. rickshaw on October 12, 2016

    Great fun lets hope 🙂

  4. ASD on October 12, 2016

    Can’t wait till launch day I’m joining this game it’s worth the effort if the devs keep their word on the things they are promising.

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