New World open beta on Steam starts today

The final new world beta will begin this week. The good news is that everyone can join Steam this time, because it will also be an open beta and not only those who qualify for the closed beta can take part. After several delays, developer Double Helix Games is preparing for the last test period during the New World open beta. Players are also best to buy some Amazon New World Coins in advance to prepare for the battle.

Since New World news was revealed, developers have conducted several game tests. This week’s beta will take a big step forward, even larger than the closed beta in July. Amazon Studios has confirmed that they will release it in September. They will launch more new content this month. It will release the full patch notes before they release open beta, so gamers will know if they have added any new New World Coins or weapons this month.

Before the release of the new world on September 28, they still have some work to do. The internal test uses the test server to help developers find errors and provide them with a lot of constructive feedback and more key knowledge. During the closed beta period in July, server problems and overpopulation caused long queue times, which prevented some players from experiencing the danger and beauty of Aeternum. The servers will be available in North America, Europe, Australia and South America.

Gamers are also warned that, just like the closed beta, all progress will erase. This means that when the full game experience is launched globally on September 29, all New World servers will be clean. There is no sign that Amazon plans to postpone the launch of the new world on Steam again in 2021.

For those players who want to make greater achievements in this test, IGGM will do its best to help them achieve their dreams. They can also buy the cheapest New World Coins there, with guaranteed service quality and fast delivery.
CSCCA 9 september 2021, 1:59
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