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Try before buy

khamtheorckhamtheorc Member
edited September 10 in Support & FAQ
I'm an old MMORPG fan since UltimaOnline and EverQuest1.
Disappointed by recent productions, I am trying to find out if my PC will be able to allow me to play.
I'm not (again) going to buy a pack without trying.


  • Well, currently the only way to access the Alpha is to purchase a pack. If you're not interested, then join in the conversation on the forum and enjoy the content created from streamers / testers.
  • bloodprophetbloodprophet Member, Braver of Worlds, Alpha One
    There will be no box cost. Just wait for launch and sub for the $15 then and try it out.
    Most people never listen. They are just waiting on you to quit making noise so they can.
  • Alpha costs money in part to limit the number of people who join to prevent overloading the server. It's not a stress test. They are also not concerned with testing hardware requirements yet. Maybe there will be a way to refund if you play less than x hours after the game releases, but if not it's only $15.
  • VaknarVaknar Moderator, Member, Staff
    I'm gonna pop in here to sort of agree with
    There will be no box cost. Just wait for launch and sub for the $15 then and try it out.
    this quote.

    If you're unsure about how the game will perform on your machine, and you (understandably) don't want to purchase a testing package (which the next Alpha-2 testing phase date isn't announced yet), I would recommend waiting a while longer when the game is further in development so that you can get a better idea! There are system requirements information available, but being that the game is in an Alpha state, they can be a bit finicky.

    I moved this thread to Support & FAQ and I'm going to close it out. Lmk if you have any further questions and you can always message me and Sarah on Discord as well! :)

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