Bethesda Softworks said a second test phase of the next Doom is available throughout the weekend for the owners offered access with the game Wolfenstein: The New Order.
Particularly awaited by fans of the famous FPS game from id Software, the next Doom series took advantage of a first playable alpha last October. Bethesda Softworks, the publisher of the title, just put online one second playable alpha of the game, always focused on online multiplayer.
Owners of a beta code provided with the game Wolfenstein: The New Order (physical or digital version) can therefore take advantage of this test phase. Players will receive a notification on console and on Steam in order to participate in the alpha.
Note that this test period is intended to verify the effectiveness of the server. The playable alpha for Doom is available from this Friday, December 4 at 4h and will end Monday, December 7 at 5:59h (Europe time).
Recall that the final version of Doom is scheduled to come out in the first half of 2016 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Important Notice: “All participants will be required to agree to a legally binding non-disclosure agreement (NDA), which expressly prohibits posting or sharing comments and/or content from the Closed Alpha. The Closed Alpha builds will contain watermarks that identify each participant. Those who violate the NDA will be banned from all future tests, including the Beta, and may be subject to further legal action.”
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