CityStates Medieval Test Event to Start From January 16
Popular city-building game CityStates is coming up with a Medieval Test Event. The new CityStates Medieval test event will allow people to access the servers for beta testing reasons.
While citing improvements and the inclusion of essential features, the medium article by the gaming team also cautioned fans that the game might require additional adjustments.
City States: Medieval is a cross-platform game that is currently in the development phase with the goal of creating a fully player-controlled blockchain economy. The game has been intriguing from its inception, drawing the attention of blockchain community members.
CityStates has conducted extensive beta testing, organizing events to ensure users understand the game and address bugs. Consequently, there has been a significant increase in bug fixing and performance over the last several weeks. The creative team further promises to expand its testing base to detect more issues and make fixes based on average user feedback.
CityStates Medieval Test Event; What To Expect
A new combat mode, Gladiator Arena (PVE), will be available to players in the CityStates Medieval test event. It is a test mode in which players may borrow equipment and units for free to test builds and tactics. In addition, the research tree will be accessible to players up to castle level 20.
Users will be able to unlock and utilize the global map, including features like scouting, missions, player raids, and global map bandit camps. Also, the team has updated prior features, such as trade and combat, incorporating squad abilities.
Eligibility for CityStates Medieval test event
On January 16, 2022, VIP ticket holders and community testers will be the first to get access to the event. Access will be allowed first to golden pass holders, followed by silver pass holders soon after. Bronze VIP pass holders will get access next when things settle down.
Gamers are excited and eagerly awaiting the release of the CityStates Medieval test event. As per the team, the test event will be largely P2E. Consequently, throughout the event, users might earn and lose actual HEX. Unfortunately, this test event is only open to Windows OS users.