Pre-registration for World of Dragon Nest SEA Closed Beta Test Has Started! Only 30,000 Places Available!

Heads up! Nexon Thailand has announced that the pre-registration for World of Dragon Nest Close Beta Test is now available… for a very limited number of players! (Exclusively for Android.)

Starting from today players from selected countries in SEA territory will be able to pre-register for World of Dragon Nest CBT access. However, only first 30,000 players will be chosen for this chance!

Here’s the detail shared by Nexon Thailand:

Mobile Open-World MMORPG World of Dragon Nest, developed by Eyedentity – the original development team behind the PC release of Dragon Nest – and is published by Nexon Thailand, is ready to announce the dates for the game’s Closed Beta Test (CBT), from 1-7 August 2019. Fans can register for a chance to participate in the Beta Test today here (exclusively for Android).   

The most recent CBT will be available in 5 countries from the SEA Region simultaneously, including Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, and Thailand. As the CBT is done with the purpose of testing server stability as well as various pieces of content for the sake of player feedback, the available version of the game will not be representative of the final product. Data and suggestions from players will be used to refine the game for the upcoming full release. Registration is open for only the first 30,000 accounts so register now for a chance to play!

Dates:

Pre-registration for Closed Beta Test: July 24th – 30th, 2019 (limited to 30,000 accounts from selected countries only)

CBT Period: August 1st – 7th, 2019 (PvP and Cash Shop system will be available during August 6th – 7th)

How to register for CBT:

  1. Head to http://bit.ly/2LC2p49 (all CBT participants must register in order to play the game)
  2. Download the game from the official site from 1st August onwards.

Please note that every progress in CBT will be deleted once the beta ends!

World of Dragon Nest will be arriving on iOS and Android firstly in Thailand this year. For more information, visit the official Thai fanpage and SEA fanpage.