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Pantheon:  Rise of the Fallen

by on August 6, 2023
 

After a successful pre-alpha test,  The Pantheon:  Rise of the Fallen team has announced new information that players will find important. the studio has shared what gamers should expect this month, from the next pre-alpha test to a state of the game tester Q&A, and more.

In addition to the pre-alpha test scheduled for August 12-13th, the team is also looking forward to a 24/7 server, although for now, it’s only available on weekends.

As outlined in the recent newsletter, the team is hoping to have a build for longer sessions ready by September. That doesn’t mean it will be ready, but it looks promising, and a client is due to be released next month to the pre-alpha pledges.

Way back in July, the studio announced that: “Pantheon is aiming toward 24/7 testing. The first candidate client will be released to our Pre-Alpha pledges in September. Once any initial hiccups are addressed, the servers will be switched over to full time availability. This will allow us to gather more data points in terms of peak activity, population, popularity of content areas and so on in a constant stream of data. It also helps us fortify our networking code, server load, and measure demand. These are all data points we need before we increase the player base and invite more players in,”

On August 17th, there will be a special State of the Game tester Q&A. This will be open only to pre-alpha testers to ask questions and give feedback. The purpose of this is to follow up after testing, so there may be plenty of insight and answers.

After that, a general update will be given on August 24th, including a recap of the August pre-alpha test. The Pantheon team will conclude the month with a Producer’s Letter which will provide progress updates, spotlights, roadmap updates, and more.

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