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Embers Adrift Worldbreaker Stress Test Happening August 13th, and is Open for Signups

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Embers Adrift  is looking for testers to stress test the servers this month, with the Worldbreaker event on August 13th. Players who have previously participated in testing Embers Adrift and current beta testers will be able to join, along with interested new players that sign up.

This test gives the team an opportunity to test the servers and see how things are holding up in both structure and in-game systems and features as well. With an emphasis on interdependence and grouping, as well as exploration, all inspired by old school MMOs, having solid numbers of groups out in the world is only going to help. 

“The next World Breaker event will occur on August 13th, 2022 at 10am CDT, to fully stress test the Servers. All current players with Beta Access and player that were invited to the first event will already be able to take part in the event as well as any players who are selected from the pool of new sign ups.”

Beta testers are those that have been able to join in on the various test weekends by pre-purchasing the game, but this new Worldbreaker test is open to all. So if you haven’t put down your money on Embers Adrift just yet, you can still sign up for a chance to be selected.

The Stormhaven Studios team will thank those who do join in the test and later play the game with some goodies for their help. If you log in when the game is released, you’ll get a special Worldbreaker title and an Ember Inlaid Sword. Ember, as you may get from the various previews and details released by the studio up to this point, is something special.

If you’ve got time and want to try testing the server and seeing if you can help bring it to the limit, head over to the announcement over at Embers Adrift. 


Christina Gonzalez

Christina is MMORPG.COM’s News Editor and a contributor since 2011. Always a fan of great community and wondering if the same sort of magic that was her first guild exists anymore.