The Polish equivalent of Battlefield’s tactical FPS World War 3 will soon receive a test version of the Veteran Alpha Test. It will be made available to players who previously purchased the Early Access version.
The developer The Farm 51 will soon release a renewed version of the tactical shooter World War 3. Tests, as announced, will start on September 30. The Polish studio originally implemented the military FPS title via Steam Early Access in the fall of 2018. At one point, however, sales on the platform were suspended.
This year, however, World War 3 is back, and there is an announcement of upcoming tests on the web.
The Farm 51 and My.Games plan to host the Veteran Alpha Testing for World War 3 starting Thursday, September 30 at 2 p.m. ET and will run until October 4, also 2 p.m. ET.
Only those who purchased the game during Early Access will be able to participate in an exclusive playable session. What’s more, fans who will take part in the tests can count on the fact that they will receive a renewed version of the game, containing two game modes and four maps – Berlin, Moscow, Polarnyj and Warsaw.
Anyone interested in taking a closer look at the progress in World War 3 development can head to the game’s YouTube page on September 29 at 19:00 CET to watch a special broadcast dedicated to various improvements.