PvPvE Project F4E dates its next playtest for October 5


The testing continues on for Project F4E, the co-op PvE-focused MOBA PvPvE title being developed by BetaDwarf Studios that we’ve been keeping track of since it started beta testing in September 2021 all the way up to a recent open playtest this past June. The studio has now tied down the timing for its next playtest, unveiling the news on both the game’s Discord and on Twitter.

This next playtest will run for five days starting on Thursday, October 5th, for both EU and US players. Keys were handed out via a Gleam giveaway shared on the game’s Twitter account, but that giveaway has since ended, with all of the keys being redeemed according to the game’s community manager. That said, those who missed out on this latest giveaway are being promised more key handouts will be forthcoming.

In the meantime, the Discord will apparently be the nexus for news on the game according to a message from last week, which also provided a quick video peek at the updated Outpost player hub.

Update: BetaDwarf reached out to us after publication to clarify that the game is no longer a PvE MOBA but a PvPvE title. The game’s Steam page describes it as both: “Project F4E is a Hardcore Fantasy Extraction MOBA game” where you “embark in a PvEvP experience where you and your team venture on missions to complete objectives and get loot before extracting.”

sources: Discord (1, 2), Twitter (1, 2), Gleam.
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