Summary: Get ready for an adrenaline-pumping adventure as Payday 3's second technical beta is now open to all gamers, with a special server stress test taking place this weekend.
- Open to all gamers
- Highly anticipated sequel
- Server stress test to ensure smooth launch
It’s time for another round of adrenaline-pumping action in the world of Payday. That’s right, the highly anticipated sequel, Payday 3, is gearing up for another technical beta this weekend. And this time, it’s open to all you eager gamers out there.
For those unfamiliar with Payday, it’s a co-op shooter that has taken the gaming world by storm. Players have been hooked on the thrill of meticulously planning and executing heists, making it a truly unparalleled experience in the world of co-op FPS games.
Now, let’s talk about the second technical beta, or as we like to call it, a server stress test. This beta will feature the same build as the previous one, so don’t expect any new UI or heists just yet. The purpose of this test is to iron out any kinks and ensure a smooth launch for Payday 3, which is right around the corner.
From September 8th to 11th, you’ll have the opportunity to dive into the open beta. Simply head over to our store page, download the build, and get ready to immerse yourself in the heart-pounding world of Payday.
But here’s where things get interesting. We’re asking for your help in putting our servers through their paces. On Saturday, September 9th at 1 AM CEST (Friday 4 PM PT), and again on Sunday, September 10th at 6 PM CEST (9 AM PT), we want you to log on and participate in matchmaking all at once. We want to see just how much our servers can handle, so go ahead and give them a good ol’ stress test. This is your chance to help us break things, so don’t hold back!
For more details on the beta, including a handy FAQ and a time conversion tool for the server slam, be sure to check out our dedicated beta site.
So, gear up, grab your crew, and get ready for another thrilling adventure in the world of Payday. It’s time to make some heists and keep those helmets flying!
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