Best games in beta right now for all platforms
If you are in love with video games beta testing is a “must try”. You will be able to enjoy games before everyone else. However, do not get too excited about it. In many cases, beta testers should replay the same missions for a hundred times over and over again, while doing some special tasks in order to break the game’s mechanics.
It is necessary for developers because in this way they can refine the game before the release. On the bright sight some game developers are paying to beta testers, so you can do both, play video games for free and get some extra cash. If it sounds interesting to you check out these great games in beta right now.
Paladins: Champions of the Realm PC, PS, Xbox One
This game takes place in a bright-colored fantasy world with elements of sci-fi. Magic and advanced technology are intertwined in the game making it unique. Another thing to mention is that you can dodge bullets during battles because they fly slowly.
You can choose between a wide set of characters that all have 4 unique abilities. Two abilities are for attacking, the third one is about locomotion and the last one gives you a vehicle or an animal to ride on.
This online shooter is all about fast-paced gameplay with a highlight to small group battles (up to 6 players). The main game mode is the Siege, where you should use some teamwork to capture locations.
The Paladins is available for a beta test from 2016 for PC players and from 2017 for console users.
Gwent: The Witcher Card Game PC, PS4, and Xbox One
Gwent is a fantasy card game, which brings us into Andrzej Sapkowski’s Witcher universe. It was developed by CD Project RED studio, but before that, it appeared as a mini-game in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in 2015. Because many players liked the mini-game a lot, Gwent has grown into a separate project.
Rules of this game are simple. It is a standard turn-based card game model, in which you need to take decks of cards for 5 different fractions. They are Northern Realms, Monsters, Nifgaardian Empire, Scoia’tael, and Skellige. From the beginning, you take 10 random cards that can represent heroes, war units (siege machines, melee fighters, ranged soldiers), strength bonuses, or weather perks. Every card has points for attack strength, and the winner is the player, who gets the most points at the end of the round.
If you are a fan of the Witcher universe and card games, you should try Gwent. It is in open beta testing from May 2017.