Hunter’s Arena: Legends closed beta date revealed, sign-ups open

Hunter's Arena: Legends closed beta date

The Hunter's Arena: Legends closed beta date has been revealed. Mantisco, the Korean studio making this game has disclosed the days when you can try this visually stunning mix of action RPG, MOBA, and battle royale. 30,000 players from all over the world will be selected to have that opportunity, with 10,000 players from one of three continents: America, Europe, and Asia.

The closed beta runs from February 20 through February 23, 2020. To get a chance you must sign-up at the official website and hope for a key.

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Hunter's Arena: Legends closed beta date revealed

These are the specific times for the Hunter's Arena: Legends closed beta date in every region:

  • America: Thursday, Feb. 20 to Sunday, Feb. 23 from 6 p.m. to 12 p.m. (GMT -7)
  • Europe: Thursday, Feb. 20 to Sunday, Feb. 23 from 6 p.m. to 12 p.m. (GMT +1)
  • Asia: Thursday, Feb. 20 to Sunday, Feb. 23 from 6 p.m. to 12 p.m. (GMT +9)

You won't be alone playing this closed beta, as over 150 popular streamers will be participating as well. The most famous among them surely is Pokimane, the cute Twitch streamer who has nearly four million followers.

Hunter’s Arena: Legends is an Unreal Engine 4-powered game where 60 players fight for survival. Starting on a city in the center of the map, you run through lava fields, rivers, snowy mountains, and other places while upgrading your character and fighting boss monsters.

You can play solo or in a team and there's also a tag match mode where you face a rival in a 1v1 battle. Combat is fast-paced and each character comes with a unique set of moves.

The Hunter’s Arena: Legends release date is set for early 2020, although this is probably related to Early Access, and not the final launch.

You can read our Hunter's Arena: Legends gameplay impressions from the alpha test while waiting for the closed beta to drop on Steam. There is no confirmation on the business model, but we're hoping that it is free-to-play.

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