Tarisland, the upcoming cross-platform MMORPG, will begin a Closed Beta phase in select regions starting Tuesday, June 27, 2023 at 8:05am (UTC+0).
On Android, these regions will include Brazil, Canada, Argentina, Malaysia, the Philippines, and the United Kingdom, while on PC players from all over the world will be able to participate, regardless of region. Interested players can sign up starting today on the official Tarisland website.
In the Closed Beta, players will be able to select one of the seven currently available classes before exploring Ancash Canyon, SilverLit, Misty Forest and their respective stories and quests. It will be necessary to understand the classes and how they interact as players team up to take on raids and dungeons. For those who want to secure their place in the annals of Taris history, a special event awaits: the first to defeat all four dungeon bosses with a team of 10 will receive exclusive Closed Beta rewards, including titles.
The closed beta will also give players the chance to try out five crafting professions, enter arena and battlegrounds, and if they feel skilled enough, take on world bosses.
In development for several years, Tarisland is an expansive MMORPG featuring multiple biomes and civilizations, and a vast world to explore, along with a rich and compelling story. Players will find new quests and ways to explore every corner of the diverse and fascinating world of Tarisland through multiple game modes.
Tarisland will feature several different classes, each of which is fully customizable, giving players the flexibility to tailor their character to their own individual preferences and playstyle. Progression is based on a seasonal system that will provide new PvE content and PvP challenges.
One of the goals of the Tarisland developers was to create a fair and sustainable gaming ecosystem for all players to enjoy. For example, pay-to-win is not part of the game and stat-boosting items will not be sold in the in-game store.
Players will be able to play Tarisland anytime, anywhere, with full cross-progression and cross-play between the mobile and PC versions. The PC version will also feature a customizable interface.
Tarisland will launch on iOS, Android, and PC later this year.