With the first beta test for Zenith: The Last City behind us, the RamenVR team has announced dates for the game’s second test, running in January.
The second test period will run from January 13th through January 17th, and if you were able to get a key for the first test in December, it will work for the second test too. The second beta test does not have a “no streaming” label on the announcement, so it seems that we might be able to see some players share what their experiences are like when the new beta opens.
RamenVR has indicated that they are aiming for an early 2022 final release, but no date has yet been announced. With the second beta fast approaching, it seems likely we’ll get a launch date sooner rather than later. Meanwhile, there have been some new reveals to continue taking us inside what to expect.
One recent reveal is the final release art, accompanied by one of the songs from the soundtrack. The song, called “Not Afraid”, is by Jordan Chin. Beta and the run up to the new year have also brought several new previews for Zenith. These include concept art to the beta build and a new preview where we get a look at the desert and the oasis from the point of view gliding through the ruins. With the next beta event coming and the streaming and sharing seemingly to be lifted, we should get more views of what the experience is like pretty soon.
Since Zenith: The Last City is a VR MMORPG, watching a stream is going to be a different experience, but the team has done a good job so far with previews to give a sense of what the visual experience might look like. It looks made for anyone who ever played an MMO and wished they could visit the world.
Beta keys have been given out via social media. Find out more over at Zenith: The Last City.