Fractured ends its fall alpha test with a free for all event, letting anyone access the sandbox MMO through Wednesday.
Fractured's fall alpha begins next week with major changes to character progression, weapons, PvP, the world, and more.
Dynamight Studios wants players to know that they are listening and have heeded their words from past tests, as they gear up for the Fall Alpha of Fractured which is slated for the end of September. The blog post also includes a 17-minute video description of the changes related to the weapon and armor rebalance.
Fractured developer and Dynamight CEO Jacopo Gallelli has posted an updated video detailing the biomes that players will see in the new update, now titled the Spring Alpha, which will release on March 31st.
It was only a week ago that Dynamight Studios opened up Fractured to the masses for testing purposes, yet on January 15th 2021 the virtual doors will open once again to all registered players with plans to test client performance improvements and more.
Earlier today Dynamight Studios delayed Factured's playtest by 3 hours due to an unforeseen health event, but was able to get the game live around 11:00 EST. The increase of new players hit Fractured's Discord with some mixed reactions to the latest playtest.
It's the end of the year, and Dynamight Studios wants to end 2020 and start 2021 by inviting players to join them for a free Fractured open play test that starts December 30th 2020 to January 3rd 2021. All registered players will be able to get into the game and check it out, and for those that rank high enough in one of several contests will win a Winter Alpha Key.
In the latest update video for Fractured, health and rest mechanics have been added, and will be required for players when they attempt to explore the world. This is aimed at making the game a little bit more difficult and certainly more challenging.
In a noticed released earlier today by the Dynamight Studios team, Fractured is planning their Fall alpha version November 4th. The team has pointed back to a ton of updates they've released to the game over the course of the past several weeks in preparation for the test.