Crucible explains its playtest and tournament plans moving through beta

    
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REWIND!

It wasn’t so long ago that Crucible opted to take itself out of launch and move back into beta. (It was a couple of days ago, to be more specific.) That means the developers are now moving forward with changes with the new pool of now-beta-testers, starting with weekly playtest sessions in which the developers are playing and looking for active feedback. The first of those is occurring today, with playtest sessions split into two; one between 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. EDT, the other between 9:00 p.m. and midnight EDT.

Players can also look forward to tournaments continuing into the beta environment with cash prizes, with a larger bounty being paid out for the larger number of participants in said tournament. At fewer than 15 teams, the top 4 teams get paid from a prize pool of $1,000; meanwhile, with more than 32 teams, the top 16 teams get paid and the prize pool is $5,000. That’s certainly one way to motivate people into the competitive end of the game, at least.

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