As the title suggests, CD Projekt Red has announced the first stress test which will take place today 23 and 27 September. As specified by them, they intend to test their hosts once and for all before the release of the Closed Beta of Gwent: The Witcher Card Game on October 25th. The title of the initiative is (as well as original) appropriate: "Kill the Servers!"Is in fact the name given to the days in which players will have to connect simultaneously to" kill "the Polish servers.
As is readily mentioned, "Kill the Servers!" Does not NOTHING what about Closed Beta: events are separate and participation in one does not exclude the other. From the point of view, however, I do not think there will be much time to "play" or to have fun in this very early stage.
Always among the FAQs it is reported that the event is exclusively for PC and that (limited) accesses will be based on the chronological order of access request: who arrives first enters.
All that remains is to indicate the page to register, which you can findhere . Let us know if you can get in and, if so, what you think.
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