YC Games' MOBA Blood Of Steel Enters Closed Beta
The first official beta test for the medieval-themed MOBA Blood of Steel is officially underway. Over the next two weeks (or until December 12), interested players can run the game through its paces. During this time, they'll be able to test 5v5, 7v7 and 10v10 combat, as well as 1v1 duels.
During combat, players will each be able to lead up to 40 AI soldiers, turning normal MOBA combat into massive battles. They'll have the opportunity to test out the various maps and variables such as troop types and weather, all of which will affect the course of the battle. There are three test servers available, one each for Europe, North America, and Asia.
For participating in this closed beta test, players will be rewarded with a special skin (seen above) -- provided they reach level 20 during the test. This item will be delivered when the game officially releases on January 9. To get in on the test, download the game via Steam.
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