Disintegration Open Beta is Live Right Now
You have until tomorrow night to give the Disintegration multiplayer beta a shot on PS4, Xbox One, or PC.
If you couldn’t get it on the action earlier this week during the closed phase of the Disintegration beta, then your time has now come today.
Starting now, Disintegration’s open beta portion has now kicked off and is available for all players. The beta went live earlier today at 10:00am PT today and it will wrap up tomorrow, February 1, at 11:59pm PT. It’s a quick turnaround for sure, but it should give you more than enough time to get your fill if you’ve had your eye on the game. Furthermore, the open beta is live across all platforms that Disintegration is available upon in PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
The Open Technical Beta is now live! 🎉
We hope you all enjoy yourselves, and everyone here at #V1Interactive is very excited to see your feedback! 🗣️📢
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We actually ran a giveaway for the closed portion of the Disintegration beta just last week and hooked a lot of you up in our community with codes for PS4. If you were one of those winners and have been playing the game since earlier this week, you can hop into the open beta now through the exact same way that you accessed the closed beta. No new download is needed whatsoever.
Additionally, this open phase that started today will feature the same game modes that appeared in the closed phase and will allow you to play two different multiplayer modes: Retrieval and Zone Control. In the full release of Disintegration, a third additional mode will also be available for play.
Disintegration still doesn’t have a release date but it’s set to arrive at some point later this year on the aforementioned platforms of PS4, Xbox One, and PC. If you’d like to get a look at what this beta will have in store, you can check out the trailer down below.
Stay tuned in the coming days to hear more of our thoughts on Disintegration’s multiplayer based on this trial.