Infernum Begins Closed Beta Testing for Hazard Ops, Showcases 28 ways you can die
If you live in the EU and signed up for Infernum's upcoming cooperative zombie robot FPS Hazard Ops, then you might want to check your email. Starting today, Infernum has begun letting in a select number of outside mercenaries in order to help them dispatch all those closed beta bugs by burning down monster pharaoh zombies and reporting back any abnormalities, with the game that is. Mutant explosive dogs, armored zombies and traps which will turn your fresh meat into a fine pink paste all come with the job, no reports on those neccesary.
The first set of closed beta testing will focus exclusively on the cooperative PvE within Hazard Ops which is surprising given many Free-to-Play devs opt to implement PvP first. In order for players to get a better picture as to just what kinds of shenanigans they might expect along their supernatural mercenary journey, Infernum has whipped up the cliche ridden trailer above showcasing 28 ways you could possibly die in Hazard Ops, between you and me I don't think the last one really counts. also watching someone die 28 times and hearing the same death sound can get a bit annoying.
Here in the West Hazard Ops is known as Zombies Monsters and Robots and is being published by EnMasse, it began its closed beta yesterday. Players still interested in signing up for a shot at the Hazard Ops closed beta can do so here while those in the NA can sign up for ZMR here.
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Great game under different regions and our version, but hazard ops horrible team . But we are glad its out because people from EU areas / + Asia should be able to play it.