In the middle of summer, the pre-alpha for the MMO sandbox Palia started, and many users were eager to take part in testing, but the developer of Singularity Six decided to send an invitation only to a small group of people, and many were disappointed in this. In the meantime, the pre-alpha has come to an end, and now those who were not lucky enough to get on it will be able to get some details and new screenshots of the game.
In his latest report the developers shared several indicators for the past pre-alpha: during testing, players found 78,650 errors, harvested 76,431 crops, baked 153 pies and hunted 128,952 animals. Singularity Six also promised that they will definitely invite more users to the next phase of testing.
In the (near) future, we are going to invite even more testers to our next round of testing. And if you have not registered yet, but want to take part in future tests, then be sure to register on our website Palia.com for information and notification about the next stage.