Corepunk rallies for another alpha test attempt in July following its borked spring alpha


It’s safe to say that Corepunk’s alpha test earlier this month delivered a mixed bag of results. While the test showed high interest and potential in the title, the studio had to end things earlier than expected due to a variety of issues. The good news is that we won’t have to wait for long to give this genre blended MMO another try: Artificial Core announced that it’s staging the next Corepunk alpha test for early July.

“We want to inform you that our next test will be held during the first week of July, from July 1st to July 7th,” the studio said. “Currently, we are working hard on optimization and resolving disconnects. Additionally, we will introduce a new iteration of game balance. More details will be shared closer to the dates of the test.”

MOP’s own Carlo got his hands on the previous alpha test, saying, “Overall, what we have so far is a solid execution with room to grow, and I’m excited to see a studio not playing it safe with a new MMORPG. The game certainly has some kinks that need to be worked out – and long as the game’s MOBA quirks stay as intact as possible.”

Source: Discord
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