As Train2Game students will know, a Beta period not only acts as a good source of promotion for a game, it also allows users to essentially become QA Testers and report any bugs or problems they encounter.
The Hellgate Open Beta could therefore provide a Train2Game QA Tester with an opportunity to test their bug testing skills, while having some fun with a new game at the same time.
Hellgate is described as “an online, action RPG that allows you to play in a first-person or third-person perspective.”
Set in a near future where the gates of Hell have opened and Demons roam the earth, the game is based in London! Perhaps some Train2Game students would be interested in testing Hellgate purely for that reason.
To sign up for the Hellgate Open Beta, visit the official website and follow the Hellgate logo.
Hellgate is a free-to-play MMO, and as reported by the Train2Game blog just yesterday, freemium games can become very profitable for developers and publishers.
So Train2Game, will you be joining the open beta? Do you see it as a good opportunity to test your abilities as a QA Tester?
Leave your comments here on the Train2Game blog, or on the Train2Game forum.