Lost Light iOS beta available in several regions

Lost Light iOS beta available in several regions

While the game has been available since the beginning of the year on Android, Lost Light beta is finally starting on iOS. For now, only a few regions are involved, but the rollout should be gradual worldwide. We take a look at NetEase's survival game and how to participate in the test phase on iOS.

Survive in a world at war

Before talking about how to sign up for the Lost Light beta, let's have a quick look at the game context. Lost Light is a shooter set in the 1940s. You are a member of the Firefly group that fights against the plot behind the exclusion zone.

In Lost Light, your goal is to survive in a world at war and complete the quests given to you by NPCs. You can also team up with some of them to help you accomplish your mission. Collect as many resources as possible to sell later and improve your character's stats and equipment once back in your shelter.

How to register for Lost Light beta?

Let's take a look at the requirements to sign up for the Lost Light iOS beta. First of all, you must belong to one of the following regions: USA, Russia and Thailand. If so, fill out this form with your device model and email address.

Lost Light iOS beta characters

If you are selected to participate in the test phase, you will receive an email containing the download link.

Lost Light beta is open until July 4, 2022 and you can pre-register on TapTap to be notified as soon as the game is officially released on iOS. For Android users, you can already download the game on the Google Play Store. And to stay informed about the news, I invite you to regularly consult our page dedicated to mobile news.

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