Torchlight Infinite’s Open Beta Test Is Live
Get ready to grab those loots.
It’s time! Today, Runic Games, Inc. and XD’s ARPG Torchlight: Infinite is now open to everyone. That’s not to say it’s officially launched, but the open beta has kicked off. Players on PC and mobile devices can now hop into the game and explore dungeons filled with beasts to beat up and treasure waiting to be acquired.
Those interested in grabbing the game on PC can do it via the official website or Steam. Android users can obtain it via Tap Tap and Google Play. IOS players will have to hit up the App Store. The open beta will last until the official launch and all progress will carry over so now is as good a time as any to get in to check the game out.
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