Bloodhunt Closed PC Playtest Scheduled For Later This Month
The test will run throughout the weekend, gaming gods willing.
Alright would-be vampires, break out the fangs and ready your weapons, it’s time for a playtest. Well, it’s almost time anyway. You have ten days to get ready. Today, Sharkmob revealed that the Bloodhunt Closed PC Playtest is scheduled to kick off on March 25 at 10:00 CET (5:00 Eastern/2:00 Pacific).
This test will allow players to experience and (ideally) provide feedback on the Solo Bloodhunt Mode, Battle Royale Trios, and the improved tutorial level. The test is primarily open to those that participated in early access, but the devs do have some codes they will be giving out to new players. For a chance of one of those codes, players will need to join the Bloodhunt discord. Just keep in mind that joining does not guarantee a key.
Current plans are for the test to run through the weekend, but all of that depends on everything going well.
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