Durango: Wild Lands begins closed beta on mobile

    
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Damn right they have feathers.

If you happen to live in Southeast Asia, you might have an opportunity to play dino wrangler this weekend that the rest of the world will not. That’s because Nexon is running a closed beta test in the region for its newly retitled Durango: Wild Lands.

Gamers in the Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia can download and try out the game on Android devices. There are a lot of changes that have been patched into this build, including the addition of camps, island classifications, courier warp holes, 15 new creatures, 24 new weapons, a level cap increase to 60, clan competition, and the ability to claim a swath of land on which to plant an enclave.

Even if you can’t play the closed beta, nothing’s stopping you from checking out Durango’s prologue and gameplay below!

Source: Facebook via Steparu
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Austin Whitaker

When will this be opened up to the US i want to play this game and please wipe after the closed test its completely unfair to not wipe after wiping the first time you held an obt

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kgptzac

I think this is one of rarer cases where the game is good, but too complex for the mobile platform. To me this would be better on PC or PS Vita.

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John Kiser

Really not that bad of a game at all. I got in the last play test they did in the US.

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Mewmew

Yes it’s pretty decent actually. I’m a bit confused by the new test not allowing the US in when the earlier tests did, but since it’s getting wiped anyway after it’s not a huge deal. What I hate is when companies do a test that excludes the US and then they DON’T wipe after and I feel screwed over.

This is one I’ve been looking forward to it’s full release, though I want them to take their time and patch in as much updated content as possible first too so I’m not in a big rush. I’m just waiting and watching.

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Xijit

I guess this doesn’t look to bad for a mobile game