The upcoming free-to-play open world sandbox MMORPG SamuTale has entered closed alpha. After spending 4 years in production, the game has entered the next stage. As of this week, players who signed up for the Alpha can start looking for 3-day trial keys in their email. As with all things in closed testing, the developers do not promise that everyone who signed up will receive keys. But... Just in case, keep an eye on that spam folder.
For those who are a bit more impatient about the whole getting the key thing, there are SamuTale Founder's Packs available that will grant immediate access upon purchase. Note that only the Silver and Gold packs will give you Alpha access. Bronze purchases will have to wait for the Beta to roll around.
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