Tarisland Closed Beta Test Starts June 27

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The closed beta for Tarisland is starting this June 27 on two platforms. The first one is for PC and everyone from around the world can join. The second is for Android but it's limited to Brazil, Canada, the Philippines and the UK.

During the closed beta, players can choose one of the seven classes. They can then explore various locations like the Ancash Canyon, Misty Forest, and SilverLit, and experience each of their storylines and take on respective quests.

In the game, understanding the different classes and knowing how they interact with each other is important when teaming up to take on dungeons and raids. Now, there's a special treat for those who want to secure their place in the annals of the game's history. The first team of 10 to defeat four dungeon bosses get exclusive closed beta rewards like titles.

The closed beta also gives everyone the chance to try the five crafting professions, enter the Arena, go to the Battlegrounds. For those who think they have the skills, they can try and take on world bosses.

Tarisland has been in development for some years now. This expansive MMORPG features multiple biomes and civilizations and gives players a large world to explore and let them experience a compelling and rich story. They can also find quests and many ways to explore every nook and cranny of the game's diverse world courtesy of different game modes.

Tarisland offers unique classes, each fully customizable to give players the ability to design their character to meet their preference and individual playstyle. The game's progression, meanwhile, is based on a seasonal system that provides new PvE content and PvP challenges.

The developers want it to have a fair and sustainable game ecosystem which everyone can enjoy. That means it's not going to be pay-to-win and there won't be any of those stat-boosting items available for sale at the in-game shop.

With full cross-progression and cross-play between PC and mobile, anyone can play the game anytime and anywhere. The PC version is also set to feature a customizable interface.

Tarisland is coming out later this year.

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