Zenith: The Last City – MMO VR Zenith: The Last City prépare son alpha-test

After raising $ 280,000 on KickStarter in 2019, the playable virtual reality game MMO Zenith: The Last City is preparing an alpha testing: First players will be invited from April 17th and pre-orders will launch.

In 2019, independent studio Ramen VR started a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter Hoping to raise $ 25,000 for the production Zenith: The Last City, An MMO that can be played in virtual reality and immerse players in a world that mixes anime and cyberpunk. The campaign goal would be met within four hours and in one month, the studio raised $ 280,000.
Just under two years later, Ramen VR prepares to start Zenith alpha: The Last City.

We remember that the developer intends to launch the Alpha next April. On the weekends on April 17 and 18, A Preview It will be available to crowdfunding campaign contributors on KickStarter. From April 19 to 26, participants will join them in 1st stage d’alpha (early bird) – The developer states that access is still limited. a The second alpha stageTo welcome more players, from May 31 to June 7. Thereafter, testing will continue in beta, pending the commercial launch planned for this year.


The developer isn’t talking about terms of access to Alpha, but the studio will launch today Pre-orders via MMO On Official site : Buyers of the Collector’s Package ($ 59.99) will get access to auditions from Early Bird, and those who back out of the Deluxe Pack ($ 39.99) will have access to Early Bird if they rank among the first 1,000 buyers – the following categories should be satisfied with the second phase of Alpha, then the next stages of the tests. The Standard Package ($ 29.99) will allow access to the retail version of the game, but not to the tests.

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For memory, Zenith So you intend to immerse players in a vast open world to explore, on land or in the air (thanks to gliders, by setting off from the heights of the game world). In terms of gameplay, Zenith relies on dynamic fighting mechanisms based on opponent’s strikes and dribbling. The game also includes quests that immerse players in the history of the universe, a crafting system for the manufacture of equipment, and the developer promises collective content to encourage interaction between players, especially through guilds.

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