Adopt Me Test Lab - What is it, How to Join, New Updates, and More
Here is all you need to know about Adopt Me Test Lab
Roblox has been one of those games which have maintained its popularity over the years and are continuing to grow. We know for a fact that we will be getting a major voice chat update in the coming days, which is one of the most awaited features in the game.
When it comes to the most played games on Roblox, there is hardly any game out there that rivals the likes of Adopt Me. With over 20 billion visits, it is hands down the most popular Roblox game out there.
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The developers have been actively working to add more stuff in Adopt Me and we have received some significant updates in the past few weeks. The Ocean Egg added several new creatures, and now the developers are gearing up to launch the Mythic Egg, which will be adding some legendary creatures in the game.
Today, the developers announced Adopt Me Test Lab, a new feature coming for players, and here is all you need to know about it.
What is Adopt Me Test Lab?
Test Lab is basically Adopt Me’s version of public test servers, where the developers will be deploying some upcoming features for testing purposes. Here is a description of the Test Lab.
Test Lab is a test server where players can test and experience updates before they are added to the main Adopt Me servers. Nothing you do in the Test Lab will be saved – player data is wiped often, meaning you lose all your progress.
How to join Adopt Me Test Lab?
Unfortunately, players cannot manually join Adopt Me Test Lab in the game. Players will be selected to join the Test Lab on a random basis, and they will be notified in game with a pop up. Alternatively, you can join the Test Lab by checking the Experiences by DreamCraft, using the link here.
Will new updates that show up in Test Lab be added to the game?
Both yes and no. As the name implies, it’s just for testing. Most features might make their way into the game, but some might not.
You can read the complete details about the Test Lab here.