It’s time for Palia’s second stress test before the game rolls into closed beta on August 2. As you may remember, Singularity Six hosted an initial stress test earlier this month for the cozy MMO. By their standards, it went really well. That is to say, players broke the server and people couldn’t get in – a proper stress test if ever there was one.
Round 2 will be much like the first one, in that it is a stress test and it’s still under NDA. They’re adding more testers in preparation for the upcoming beta. Everyone who was in the first round of testing is welcome to come back.
If you’ve received an invitation to the test, you’ll need to download the client from the Palia site. Those who participated in the first test will be able to simply update their client – if they still have it. Note that when you go to open the client in order to update, it will tell you that it’s out of date and you need to delete it. Do that. It leaves the icon, which you can then use to download the new client. All very easy.
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