DayZ Standalone’s Private Alpha Test Is Underway

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DayZ Standalone's Private Alpha Test Is Underway

Public alpha coming next month.

The private alpha test for the standalone version of DayZ is underway and the development team is still on track for a public alpha release in June, creator Dean “Rocket” Hall has confirmed.

The survival horror MMO is now in limited alpha testing, PCGamer reports, citing an interview from Gamasutra.

“So what we’re doing at the moment is, we gave free keys as a gift to the forum moderators, the Reddit moderators, people who helped out with DayZ development, and stuff like that. I guess there’s about 30-100 people involved with that,” Hall said in the interview.

“From here, once we’ve finished our server/client architecture — because we’re moving it an MMO model — we’re reviewing the situation of that in June, and then we do an alpha, just like Minecraft. People pay X amount of dollars and they get early, cheap access to it, and then once it’s beta, price goes up, maybe, say, $ 10, and once it goes retail, the price goes up $ 10.”

DayZ’s launch plans closely mirror that of Arma 3, releasing a cheaper alpha/beta version through Steam Early Access for early adopters followed by a full-price retail release.

You can read more about DayZ’s on the game’s development blog.


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