Supertrick Games Announces First Open Beta For Survival Action Game Deathverse: Let It Die
It's more than just a beta, it's your chance to break the server.
Supertrick Games is hosting the first-ever open beta for its super-campy PvP survival action game, Deathverse: Let It Die. Set in 2026, after a near calamitous natural disaster, the game focuses on a survival reality show known as the Death Jamboree. As you’d likely expect from that kind of program, the game isn’t over until one person is left standing. That person walks away with “wealth and glory beyond compare”.
The game features a sort of campy steampunk style and the trailer makes it feel like it might have some of the same energy as Professor Genki’s Super Ethical Reality Climax from Saint’s Row the Third – only, multiplayer. So, it looks like a good time for fans of the genre.
Of course, players will get to find out soon enough. The developer is hosting a limited-time open beta event titled “Destroy the Server”. The test is set to run over two different days: May 28 between 1:00 and 7:00 pm Pacific and June 5 between 1:00 and 6:00 pm Pacific. This may actually be the only open beta tests as the website says it’s intended to test network stability prior to the official launch of the service.
Of course, those who participate and help destroy the server will be rewarded for their chaos. The developer is offering players a selection of goodies including poses, titles, and more. Full details are available on the site – which is where you’ll need to go if you want to sign up.
There are a few important things to note here. First, this is PlayStation only. Second, if you’re looking to stream, go for it. There are no restrictions on capturing or streaming the game during the event.
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