New Noah's Heart beta announced by Archosaur Games

Registration to play the beta Noah's Heart on mobile

Announced almost two years ago in a first trailer, the game from Archosaur Games has been building up the hype. Now it's time for a new beta phase for Noah's Heart, the highly anticipated MMORPG that mixes medieval fantasy and steampunk. So when does the beta start and how do you sign up? We explain it all in this article.

A very limited number of places

During the first beta phase of Noah's Heart last December, 5,000 lucky players were given early access to the game. This time, 6,000 players will be able to discover the mystery that surrounds The Cube, the basis for the creation of this atypical universe.

The second closed beta phase is intended for Western countries and the game will be available in 5 languages: French, English, German, Portuguese and Russian.

Once in-game, participants will receive daily rewardsuntil the end of the beta. However, all data will be deleted once the test phase is over. The Noah's Heart beta will start on 18 May 2022 and will be available on PC, Android and iOS.

How to register for the Noah's Heart beta?

If you want to participate in the beta, for which registrations are open until 17 May 2022, go to the form on the game's website. Simply fill in your contact details, the platform on which you will be playing and the model of your device.

Selected players will receive the Noah's Heart beta download link by email. However, as places are limited, it will be first come, first served. So if you receive the precious email, hurry up and start the game. Your place will only be reserved once you have finished creating your character.

Beta of Noah's Heart : registration

You will be able to download the game in advance, as the studio Archosaur Games will provide the download link before the servers open. For the moment, no date has been given for the end of the Noah's Heart beta.

Alco A fan of video games, SF, comics, cinema and new technologies, he is a bit of a geek cliché, but he assumes it.

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