LOCO closed beta ends, stress test lined up
Land of Chaos Online (LOCO) ended its closed beta testing today, giving players to test 12 characters and several maps in their mixed-genre MMORPG.
burda:ic (Alaplaya) announced that they are set to begin a beta stress test in July, open to all closed beta testers plus new beta registrations. Characters from closed beta will not be wiped for this test.
If you’re interested in checking out the next test of this exciting game, visit http://loco.en.alaplaya.net/closedbeta to register for beta if you haven’t done so yet!
LOCO Gameplay Screenshot
The Original Press Release:
burda:ic Reveals Plans for the Beta Stress Test of LOCO – Land of Chaos Online
LOCO Closed Beta Test Ending Today, Beta Stress Test to Take Place in JulyMUNICH – June 10, 2010
burda:ic, a leading publisher of online games worldwide, today announced plans for the Beta Stress Test of action MMO LOCO – Land of Chaos Online. The Closed Beta Test, which ends today, gave players a chance to try out 12 characters from the game’s extensive roster, three maps, and two unique gameplay modes. The Beta Stress Test will bring even more chaos to alaplaya.com when it goes live this July.
“The Closed Beta was a great success,” said Achim Kaspers, Managing Director of burda:ic. “We gathered a lot of valuable information about LOCO over the last two weeks, and hope all the players who participated enjoyed fighting in the Land of Chaos!”
Users who took part in the Closed Beta will automatically be eligible to join the Stress Test. Registration will also be open to all new users who want to join the war between the Army of Hell and the Forces of Nature during the Stress Test.
More details about the Beta Stress Test, including registration information, can be found at http://loco.en.alaplaya.net/closedbeta
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