Journey's limited invite-only beta detailed
- Posted June 28th, 2011 at 02:09 EDT by Adam Dolge
- 2 Comments
Thatgamecompany’s latest offering will test the concept of online gaming. Instead of traditional lobbies, chat features, or matchmaking, the game will allow players to flow through the world like flowers blowing in a breeze.
OK, enough puns on the other exclusive PlayStation 3 games from the developer. Beta to test multiplayer is on an invite-only basis and will be available for the “very earliest adopters of Flower.” In addition, you must be a PS Plus subscriber.
If you meet the criteria, you will receive a message with an invitation. If you don’t fall in this pool of gamers, check out thatgamecompany’s Facebook page and the PlayStation Blog for your chance to win a code.
- 10:56pm EDT - June 27th, 2011
Seems wrong to make it Early adopter AND Plus scrubscriber only. I bought Both Flow AND Flower the first day but I will NEVER subscribe to Plus on general principle. Heck the people who sign up for plus may not have even been around to be an early adopter!
- 6:17pm EDT - June 28th, 2011
sweet! looks like I'll get an invite then and the same way I got the Dead Space 2 beta. Its cool how the attached image in a message connects you to the store to DL it. 8)
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