Sharkmob Can’t Figure Out How Everyone Knew About The Upcoming Bloodhunt PC Playtest
Narrator: Except they can.
Check it out, Bloodhunt fans. Sharkmob really did mean what they said in their Valentine’s missive. (Although, they’re apparently mystified as to how everyone figured it out.) It’s not everyone that comes through on their Valentine’s Day promises, so accept the love you’re being given.
Still a bit of a mystery how you all found out about it, but yes indeed, we will be running a Closed PC Playtest next month. A few details of what that means can be found in the article below. 🦇
— Bloodhunt (@Bloodhunt) February 18, 2022
Today, the Sharkmob team confirmed they will, in fact, be hosting a PC Playtest in March and offered up some details they feel might help prepare everyone. First off, if you’ve already created a Sharkmob account and haven’t done anything to get yourself booted from the system, you’re good to participate in the playtest. While you’re in there, the dev team would like feedback, particularly in the areas of performance and visual quality. You’ll have a day or two to get a feel for both, so fill out those forms.
No, at present, there are still no set dates – other than March – for the event. But, the dev team promises dates and times will be revealed next week. They also say they’ll include “more practical information”.
Speaking of practical, today’s post also includes some technical information players will find handy. Part of the purpose of the test is to ensure they’ve tackled the performance issues players had during the Early Access and that the game is now more stable on a variety of PCs. They do advise using DX12 if you can, as that’s what the game is designed for. That said, DX11 is supported if you need to use it.
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