Deathgarden’s Closed Alpha Launches Tomorrow on PC; PC Requirements Announced

Deathgarden’s Closed Alpha Launches Tomorrow on PC; PC Requirements Announced

Dead by Daylight developer, Behaviour Interactive is launching the first alpha test for its upcoming title Deathgarden tomorrow afternoon at 3 pm EST.

Today, Dead by Daylight developer Behaviour Interactive, Inc. has announced new information for the first closed Alpha for its upcoming title Deathgarden.

According to the press release, the first closed Alpha will run for four days starting tomorrow, May 9 starting at 12 pm PST/3 pm EST and will conclude at the end of the day on Sunday, May 13. Although Alpha keys have already been sent out to those interested in partaking, those looking to join in the first Alpha test can still sign-up on the official Deathgarden website.

Behaviour has also stated that the goal of this Alpha test is to test out the game’s online infrastructure in addition to obtaining player feedback regarding Deathgarden’s overall gameplay. Additionally, the developer has confirmed that dedicated servers will be deployed in the northern Virginia region.

Alongside details for the first Alpha test, the developer has also unveiled the recommended PC specs. Those looking to run the game at 60 FPS will need at least an INTEL CORE I5 2400 CPU. An NVIDIA 780GTX, 6GB of RAM, and Windows 10 as the operating system. Although, the game will run on Windows 7 and 8 OS as well. Even if you do not have the recommended system requirements, Behaviour still encourages gamers to still play the Alpha.

Deathgarden is a competitive 5v1 asymmetrical shooter set sometime in a futuristic setting, five players either control one of the agile characters known as “Runners” who are tasked with completing the objects as a team. Or one player assumes the role of an overpowered hunter who is tasked eliminating the runners and prevent the runners from achieving the objective.

For more information on Deathgarden, check out a new video featuring the game’s Creative Director, Ash Pannel, who elaborates on the inspiration behind Deathgarden.