How to sign up for the Pax Dei alpha

Get an early look at the game.

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Pax Dei is a new sandbox MMO set in medieval times from Mainframe, a video game development studio set up by former EVE Online developers. If you are a fan of social games like this, you likely want to try the game as early as possible to see how much time you want to invest in it. Luckily, play tests will be happening soon, and here’s how to sign up for the Pax Dei alpha.

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How to playtest the Pax Dei alpha

Signing up to help playtest the Pax Dei alpha is rather simple. Start by going to the game’s official website and clicking the red Alpha sign-up button. When the Enter Email text box opens, enter your email and check the Privacy Notice box.

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After entering your email, you only need to look out for an email from the game in the next couple of weeks. This email will allow you to fully complete setting up your profile for the service and give you a better chance of being selected for the alpha. If selected, you will also get an email, so be sure to check your spam box if you don’t see it in your inbox.

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With Pax Dei only about to start in alpha, you can expect the game to be pretty rough at times, with plenty of bugs. If you get in, you can provide feedback on how to improve the game and ensure any unintended issues that are likely to arise. Don’t expect to get too attached to your character in these early-day tests, as there will likely be full resets where all progress is lost in the process of the developers at Mainframe adding and adjusting features to the game.