Cyberpunk VR MMO Zenith says it’s ready to move from pre-alpha to alpha


Zenith, the VR cyberpunk-styled MMO that bounded into the crowdfunding scene last year, has officially announced its move from pre-alpha development to alpha development.

In a press release, the developers at studio Ramen tout that the game has achieved stability on Oculus Rift, Steam VR, and Oculus Quest platforms, so now it’s time for development to press forward. The focus of alpha development will be the creation of more character classes and roles, new zones, and a revamp of many of Zenith’s core systems. Details on just what these updates will entail will be released soon.

As for when alpha will officially begin, that is yet to be tied down. However, the presser did state that pre-ordering the game will include alpha and beta access for anyone who missed out on joining the pre-alpha.

source: press release
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