Disintegration's Technical Beta Launches Next Week

Disintegration's Technical Beta Launches Next Week

The two betas: Technical, and Open.

Disintegration, the upcoming shooter from one of Halo's creators, will be open for all to play later this month. V1 Interactive president Marcus Lehto announced two beta phases for the game in January.

First, there's the Technical Beta for Disintegration. Lehto announced this through a PlayStation Blog post today, saying that the Technical Beta would take place between January 28 to 30, and registration is open now.

The Open Beta, which as the name suggests is open to all PS4 users, doesn't require a sign up like the Technical Beta. Instead, you'll be able to download the Disintegration Open Beta and play between January 31 to February 1.

Lehto says that although the Disintegration team at V1 are beavering away on the campaign mode of the game, both beta phases will focus on its multiplayer portion. You'll be able to play two different modes on two different maps, although Lehto didn't specify what these modes or maps were.

Disintegration is a futuristic shooter set on Earth. Players ride on Gravcycles, a hovering weaponized vehicle, while commanding grunt soldiers on the battlefield in front of you. The campaign portion of the game focuses on a character called Romer Shoal, as they fight to "regain their humanity."

Disintegration is scheduled for release at some point later in 2020. It'll launch on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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