Next Dark and Darker playtest is scheduled to begin during Steam Nextfest, IRONMACE announced on Twitter, the official account of the company and also a blog announcement on Steam. The Nextfest is scheduled for February 6. Nextfest will run between February. 6 through 13 according to Steam's Nextfest Sale page, which is likely to mean that there will be a whole week during which players will have the opportunity to play the first alpha version to the game.
One interesting thing that the developer mentions on its Steam blog is the fact it was Dark and Darker was able to accommodate more than 1 million users who participated in the playtest held in December. IRONMACE stated that it would use the information gathered from this test to make sure that the playtest in the future is enhanced, and solving some problems that were identified during the test.
What date is begin the following Dark and Darker playtest start? One week prior to the playtest in February, IRONMACE put out a blog post on their Dark and Darker Steam page and on social media. According to the announcement, players from The U.S. can expect the test to start at 6am CT and allow players in America to join the game earlier that Monday, if they choose to.
The game is expected to continue to February. 13 and then go offline at the same time on the next Monday following the launch. It was an unanticipated winter success that was released during a time that a large portion of the population were taking a break. Its Discord was constantly flooded with gamers searching for groups to play the dark dungeons with. This is all you need to know when the next test to test Dark and Darker begins. commence.
The Dark and Darker playtest will be taking place in less than an entire week. Players can take the most popular RPG classes before heading into the dark dungeon. Many players are excited about the new test, and the developer IRONMACE took advantage of this by hosting a community event. But many were in awe when IRONMACE's Twitter published an update that contained a question, asking players to email the answers to a particular account.
The community took approximately 45 and an hour minutes to be able to complete the problem. When "the portal was opened" players were informed that a new creature was revealed. The fresh Cave Troll coming to the game in the near future, but it may not be the only thing that was made public.
A portion of the riddle says "the entrance isn't believed to be large enough for an event," which has led people to believe that the game could have a separate queue. The speculation isn't verified, but the question may be hinting that the game may allow players who can't locate the right group.
The last time we played it was difficult to face the group alone and this could be IronMace's attempt to make the experience more enjoyable for players who are on their own. But it could be that we're putting too much emphasis on the puzzle instead of paying attention to the actual announcement.