The Surge Two Opens Private Beta Applications, Closes Three Hours Later

The Surge Two Opens Private Beta Applications, Closes Three Hours Later

It was popular, it seems.

LizardRock by LizardRock on May 23, 2019 @ 07:33 AM (Staff Bios)
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Deck13 has been hard at work on The Surge 2, the sequel to their hit science fiction RPG. They've made such progress, in fact, that they're looking for closed beta testers. Or they were, at least. Submissions flooded so quickly that they shut the application process down in less than three hours.

Thursday, May 23, at about 6 AM EST, the official The Surge twitter account announced their plans for a private closed beta. They linked to a Google Forms page where people could apply to participate. By 9 AM EST, they had closed the form, replacing it with the following message:

We've received more than 5,000 registrations in less than 24 hours! Thank you so much for your interest in The Surge 2.
We close the form now as we have far more than what we need for this first closed test. Stay tuned for more info soon!


So far, neither the developer or publisher has given any additional information about the private closed beta. Given the time it would take to process as many applications as this, it'll probably be a little while before the beta actually takes place. The might also re-open the registration form for a second wave of interested testers.

Either way, this is a sign of progress. Stay tuned.

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