Auto Club Revolution will let players be part of an online community, completing in single player challenges and allowing them to own, customise and upgrade their own officially licensed cars. The open beta will allow players to begin their permanent collection of cars and different achievements.
Train2Game students can sign up for the open beta by visiting the Auto Club Revolution official website.
The Train2Game Blog published a video interview with Eutechnyx Lead Programmer Dave Hawes in November last year, in which he offers advice on getting into the industry.
Beta testing is an excellent way for Train2Game students, especially those on the Games QA Tester course to practice their bug hunting skills. In a recent interview with The Train2Game Blog, Brawl Busters developers Rock Hippo told us that beta testing is “crucial” to the game development process.
Keep up with the latest Auto Club Revolution news here on The Train2Game Blog.
What are your initial impressions of Auto Club Revolution? Will you be taking part in the open beta?
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