Project Entropia starts beta test sign-ups

MindArk is now accepting applications from players who wish to participate in the beta test phase.


MindArk announced today that it is now accepting applications for the Project Entropia beta test. Players who wish to participate are encouraged to apply at the official beta test sign-up page. There will be several stages in the beta test, and more testers will be added for each stage. Players who aren't selected for the first stage have a good chance to be selected in later stages. They only have to apply once, however, since MindArk will keep the applications on file for future reference. MindArk would like the information in the applications to be as accurate as possible to help it select a broad range of systems for testing purposes. A valid e-mail address is the most important, since the notifications will be sent out via e-mail.

Project Entropia is a massively multiplayer role-playing game set in the future on a distant planet called Calypso. Humans discovered this planet with a probe and prepared it for colonization by having robots construct a community. When humans finally arrived to settle on the planet, the robots revolted and sparked a war. The human settlers finally destroyed the robots, but more problems arose. Mutants started to appear in the radioactive ruins, and robots from another planet have invaded Calypso. These robots were behind the earlier revolt, and they're geared for war and have only one goal--the extermination of humankind. Despite the problems, the human settlers have built up the capitol city of New Haven. Players are able to control a human settler who starts in this city. Their characters are able to develop skills and explore the areas outside the city to experience the wildlife and dangers of Calypso.

For more information about the game, visit the official Project Entropia Web site, and take a look at our previous coverage of the game.

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