Artix Entertainment's latest free-to-play online game AdventureQuest 3D has officially entered Open Beta testing. Players can access the beta via Steam (both Mac and PC), Android, or iOS device (although the iOS version isn't quite available yet as approvals are still pending.)
The AQ3D team has a lot of plans in place already based on the feedback they've received from players during closed beta. This includes implementing things like key binds and the PC-specific interface. As expected with any launch, there have been issues but the team is on them and keeping everyone updated on the site.
To join the beta, just head over to the Adventure Quest 3D site and click play.
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