When it comes to creating dumb concepts, marketing teams are never the last. New evidence is coming straight from the east, with World War 3’s next closed beta slated for November 25. As a reminder, this is a free-to-play, whose gameplay is a mix between Call of Duty and Battlefield, although the developers claim to want to make it a realistic game. You can also reread the impressions of our war reporters, who played during the ” Veteran Alpha Test” , a few weeks ago. Spoiler, they liked it.
To access the beta of this future free game, you will have to go to the cash register, and invest in one of the five packs detailed on the The Farm 51 site. They are offered at reasonable prices, between € 13 and € 260. €. Since a picture is better than a thousand words, here is a table of the incredible benefits you will have access to.
Given the flop that the first version had done and the competitors that will come out in the coming weeks, let’s hope that the economic model, entered into forceps with this beta, is not the last nail planted in the coffin of World War 3, which however, has qualities to defend.