If you canÂt get enough post-apocalyptic shooter fun, Grimlands is about to give you a chance for more. Gamigo has announced that the closed beta testing for their upcoming post-apocalyptic title, Grimlands, is officially underway. The first batch of beta invites will be sent out today, so head over to the official Grimlands website and sign up if you would like a chance to take part.
Closed beta testing begins for shooter MMO Grimlands!
Hamburg, April 26, 2012 Â gamigo and Drago Entertainment will be sending the first players to survival training in the decimated world of Grimlands, starting today. This first step of beta testing will focus on technical details such as server stability, optimization of the network code and testing new features.
This first beta version of the shooter MMO Grimlands includes a dozen new dungeons full of post-apocalyptic adventure for groups of players. Weather effects cast dark shadows on the landscapes with dynamic clouds, rain showers and other weather events! The PhysX Engine allows the environment to react to external influences in a physically accurate manner. New vehicles consume gasoline and can be equipped with weapons and armoring.
The crafting system, which plays a key role in the player-controlled economy, has been given a complete overhaul. A variety of professions, such as weaponsmith, armorer or engineer, allows players to choose specializations. New and better building plans are unlocked by increasing one's skill level.
All new features in Grimlands at a glance:
- PhysX physical engine implemented
- 12 new dungeons
- Complex weather system (dynamic clouds, rain and other weather patterns)
- Crafting system overhauled, new professions for specialization
- New vehicles with the PhysX physical engine
- Vehicles can cause damage
- Vehicles can be equipped with weapons and armoring
- Vehicles consume gasoline
- New graphics effects
About gamigo AG
gamigo AG, a wholly owned subsidiary of Axel Springer AG, was founded in 2001 and has grown to become one of the leading publishers of free-to-play MMOGs in Europe. Since 2010, gamigo also publishes its games globally. A team of more than 100 employees works in the company headquarters in Hamburg and its branch office in New York City. The key to success is the emphasis on publishing high-quality games supervised by first-rate community management. The portfolio includes games from all ends of the gaming spectrum - from Facebook games and browser-based games to elaborate MMORPGs.