Sep 26, 2017 Last Updated 9:15 AM, Sep 26, 2017

Intrepid Studios Announces Ashes of Creation First Test Phase

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Coming December 15

Intrepid Studios announced that the first testing phase for the most anticipated MMORPG in development is coming December 15th, 2017. Dubbed "Alpha Zero", the only way for hopeful players to gain access is to sign up at the official site and gain entry through the weekly raffles for alpha access.

Creative Director and Studio Founder Steven Sharif had these words to share, "Less than 3 months after our Kickstarter, we will be showcasing our Pre-Alpha client to guests at PAX. We are excited to show our hard work and commitment to bringing you the best possible MMORPG. Remember, that many things will change from Pre-Alpha to Alpha/beta and live launch. We will be revealing soon all of our 64 Class names. Stay tuned to our YouTube and Twitch this weekend for more updates!"

In addition, Intrepid has a special treat for its audience in the form of a new PAX West Tutorial Video. If you can't make it to the Seattle-based convention, the above trailer will give you a taste of what it's going to be like to play the Ashes of Creation on the show floor this weekend.

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A message from Intrepid Studios PR

It's only been three months since the most successful MMO Kickstarter ever came to a close, and Intrepid Studios is already showing and demoing a playable build of Ashes of Creation on the main floor of PAX West, and Center Stage at the Twitch booth through the weekend.

Thanks for reading!
Intrepid Studios PR

 

 

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