Snowbreak: Containment Zone

Snowbreak: Containment Zone BETA Test Global Version Soon, Here’s How to Apply

Are you an Android gamer looking for a new game to sink your teeth into? Look no further than Snowbreak: Containment Zone, the upcoming third-person shooter where you take control of a member of the Heimdall Force tasked with defeating dangerous creatures known as Titans.

With unique weapon classes and gameplay styles for each squad member, you can customize your gameplay experience to suit your style. And with a sleek design, Snowbreak: Containment Zone is sure to catch your eye. But before the game’s full release, you have the exclusive opportunity to join the close beta testing. Here’s everything you need to know to join the group of testers.

How to Apply For Snowbreak: Containment Zone

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To sign up for the Snowbreak: Containment Zone close beta test, you’ll need to fill out a recruitment form. The developer will then select a pool of testers from the applicants. But make sure you read the rules before you apply!

Playing the game means agreeing to the terms, which include a non-disclosure agreement. Leak any information and you risk getting kicked out of the beta test. Streaming the game is also strictly prohibited.

What to Expect Snowbreak: Containment Zone

The beta test will cover the main story from the first to the eighth chapter, as well as common operations, expeditions, and personal exploration into the characters. Keep in mind that you won’t be able to keep your progress in the final release.

Snowbreak: Containment Zone will be available in Chinese, English, and Japanese during the beta test. However, the developers are considering adding more supported languages in the future. For Korean-speaking gamers, the game will still be playable with text in their native language, even though there are currently no Korean voice actors.

If you’re interested in taking part in the beta test, make sure to submit your application before April 8th in the official website. Beta test invites will start going out from April 4th, although the exact dates for the testing phase have not been announced.

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