Gigantic's alpha sign-up is live, you should probably get on that


Motiga's eye-wateringly beautiful team action game invites you to come and play

If you're anxious to get an early start on Motiga's stunning new online team action game Gigantic, then I've got good news for you. The alpha testing phase has begun and the company is actively recruiting players to help out with that.

Over the next few months the studio will be adding hundreds of players from the community to its weekly tests. As of right now, the alpha is only available to those in North America, but Motiga wants those outside the region to know they are not forgotten and will get access some time in the near future.

The first step in the process is getting registered, and you can do that here. Once you get signed up you will be asked to verify your email address. After that, you should be good to go.

Lastly, if you would like to increase your chances of being selected to participate in the alpha, the company would like you to upload your DxDiag. Instructions for doing so are included in the email.

I'm already signed up and have my fingers crossed. With any luck, I hope to see you there!

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