Private Division announced that the Halo co-creator Marcus Lehto’s studio V1 Interactive’s first-person shooter Disintegration will have a closed beta test on January 28 and January 29 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC-via Steam.
The closed beta will last from 8 am through 11:59 am PT each day and allow the developers to address any hiccups before they launch the open beta, which will run from January 31 through February 1. Those who wish to participate can do so by filling out the registration on the official website.
Both the closed and open betas will allow players to test two of the three multiplayer modes that will be available at launch, Retrieval and Control. Retrieval has players compete in two rounds as one team attempts to deliver a payload which can only be carried by their ground crew. As you’d expect, the opposing team doesn’t want to see this happen and must stop them. On the other hand, in Control, both teams fight for domination over various capture points spread across the map. Players will need to ensure that their ground crew is alive and within the zone in order to acquire points.
Additionally, players will be able to play with seven of the final game’s crew during the beta period, including Tech Noir and Warhedz. Each crew member has a unique skill set that will be balanced and fine-tuned throughout development. The beta gives the developers a chance to hear feedback from players about the game to make a more refined product.
You can check out the gameplay trailer below:
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