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Darktide has been postponed (again), but the beta will be available soon. Worgen 40,000: Beta registration is now open for Darktide, the futuristic sequel to Vermintide from developer Fatshark. Playtests will begin later this month. Registration for the Darktide beta is now open on the official website (opens in new tab). The beta is scheduled to begin “as early as mid-August,” according to the developers, and more testing will go on up to the game’s release. PC users will be the primary focus of the beta’s initial tests, while Xbox users will eventually be included.

A federal judge authorised a $14.8 million settlement in a class action lawsuit where it was alleged that Apple stored the data of iCloud members on outside servers without their knowledge, despite the fact that the customers had paid more for an iCloud subscription. Even though Darktide has been postponed (again), the beta will soon be accessible. 40,000 Worgen Developer Fatshark’s futuristic follow-up to Vermintide, Darktide, is now accepting beta testers. Later this month, playtests will start.


  • Darktide’s been delayed (again), but the beta’s coming soon Warhammer 40,000: Darktide, developer Fatshark’s futuristic follow-up to Vermintide, is offering beta sign-ups, with playtests set to kick off later this month. Sign-ups for the Darktide beta are live on the official site(opens in new tab). The devs say that the beta is set to kick off “as early as mid-August,” and further tests will continue to run in the lead-up to launch. Early tests will focus on PC, but the beta will eventually encompass Xbox players, as well.


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