It's Time To Register For Mad World's Closed Alpha Testing
Mad World developer Jandisoft is getting ready to begin alpha testing on the isometric MMO, and as a result, it's time for players to begin signing up.
The news came via a tweet earlier today, offering links to the Google Docs that will provide players with information on how to apply.
Apply for Closed Alpha Test coming this April. We are looking for a few dedicated players. Click the link below to apply. Eng: https://t.co/4FFJkGvy15 한글: https://t.co/CVEpXgYhm1 pic.twitter.com/UC9wK84mos
— MAD WORLD MMO (@jandisoft) March 5, 2019
These documents also inform players that testing will begin in April -- although not specifically what day. Since this is early closed alpha testing, the developers are being fairly serious about the information they're requesting from would-be participants, including birthdate, Discord user name, and more.
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