Have a Meowtastic time with Steambirds Alliance Closed Beta starting Friday


Spry Fox has revealed that their upcoming title – Steambirds Alliance – will be headed into Closed Beta starting April 26th until April 28th, with a chance for those wanting to play to get into the beta. Here are the details.

Set to be a free-to-play title when it launches, Steambirds Alliance from developer Spry Fox is an upcoming 60-player, super-cooperative- bullet-hell MMO shooter that will see groups of sixty take on unimaginable forces while focusing on keeping themselves alive.

The team has revealed that the beta will take place from April 26th until April 28th, 2019, and that this will be the games first Closed Beta weekend. Additionally, the team has revealed that those looking to partake in the Closed Beta can sign up via the games official website (here) or through giveaways with a number of media outlets, streamers, and YouTube content creators.

The team has revealed this is only the first of many beta weekends to happen and that there will be more throughout the month of May. Make sure you sign up so that you can fly with 59 other of your feathered friends in an open world where cruel cat bosses and deadly waves of projectiles fly your way in order to stop the enemeows from taking over, meowza!

You’ll get to take on hundreds of unique enemies, get tasked with a variety of secret missions, and use many distinct plane types you’ll need to unlock and master. You can check out the official trailer for the game down below, which features the enemeows leader, Meowza, the evil cat overlord.

Steambirds Alliance is scheduled for release this summer on Windows and Mac OSX, with console releases planned for a later date.

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