Fallout and Elder Scrolls company Bethesda will open a playtest lab at the id Software offices in Dallas, Texas, the publisher has announced. Gamers who apply and are accepted will get to play upcoming Bethesda titles and give feedback on their experiences.
"We are looking for people of all skill levels who enjoy playing games. We're interested in your feedback, whether you are a person that only plays games once in a while or the hardcore gamer that plays everything," Bethesda explained.
Those interested in participating can apply through the lab's website
Gamers must be 18 years of age or older to participate. Most play tests will last an hour or two and transportation will not be provided. In addition, fans cannot participate in Bethesda playtests if they work for a game developer or publisher, or if they are a journalist.
All gamers accepted into the Bethesda playtest lab must sign a non-disclosure agreement and display a government-issued photo identification. Participation is strictly voluntary and no compensation, outside of swag, will be provided.
All testing will take place in Dallas, Texas, though applications from anywhere in the United States will be accepted. No international applications will be considered.