While Crowfall’s free beta period has ended, you can still continue playtesting if you happened to purchase the game. Here are the details.
Crowfall has undergone testing for some time, with several patches continually updating the game to tweak things like crafting and UI. The beta is ahead of the full launch of Crowfall scheduled for July 6. Recent updates include a price reduction for the base game, in addition to detailing VIP membership. In fact, we previously wrote up our thoughts on the beta here.
The latest Crowfall community update arrives via their Kickstarter page. The long and short of it the beta period has ended. However, if you purchased the game, you can continue playing until its July 6 launch.
If you’re looking for a succinct list, the key dates break down as follows:
- Wednesday, June 23, at 11:59 PM CDT (6:59 AM CEST), the free Beta phase of Crowfall will close.
- Thursday, July 1, at 11:59 PM CDT (6:59 AM CEST), Beta Live Service closed. (Backers can still play on the TEST server beginning July 2nd. Download: crowfall.com/en/client)
- Thursday, July 1, at 11 AM CDT (6:00 PM CEST), forum maintenance (expected downtime of one day).
- Tuesday, July 6, at 6 AM CDT (1 PM CEST), Launch
On top of that, the latest update is called Prophecy and is currently available to play. In Prophecy, you’ll see your own future as your adventure will see you venture into God’s Reach, Wildlands, and more.
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