3on3 Freestyle Enters Open Beta on PS4 Today; New Trailer Released

on December 6, 2016 3:50 PM

Today, 3on3 Freestyle from developer/publisher JoyCity entered open beta on PS4. And to celebrate a new trailer has also been unleashed on the internet. The beta is exclusive to PS4 users who have a North American account and currently has no end date — and by this I mean one hasn’t been divulged.

Further, JoyCity also announced that players will be able to keep all of their progress made upon completion of the open beta, and carry it over to the final version. The beta is obviously free — like the game will be — and is available right here on the good ol’ PlayStation Store.

For those of you who know nothing about the game: don’t sweat it, here’s everything you need to know courtesy of the game’s PlayStation Store listing:

Welcome to one of the most vibrant, diverse, exciting and competitive but unifying sports in the world – street basketball. Pick your player from a pool of custom-designed, one-of-a-kind characters based on real-life street basketball players, team up with your friends online or in-person, and hit the court to play authentic, fast-paced 3 on 3 street basketball real-time matches against live opponents in settings inspired by the world’s most-revered street basketball venues. Once the ball is tipped, you can take on opponents with the signature, jaw-dropping basketball tricks each character possesses, link up with your teammates for soaring alley-oops and no-look passes, and create your own style which turns you into a street basketball legend.

Features:

3 vs 3 Multiplayer Mode
1 vs 1 Multiplayer Mode
Dynamic Practice Lobby

Below, you can check out the new trailer. Personally, I have tried the game out in the past (not in this beta) and have found that’s its actually not half bad — it’s no NBA Street — but it’s not bad.

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