Prime World’s First Open Beta Weekend Starts Now


Closed beta testing now complete, Prime World, Nival’s hybrid of fast paced MOBA action and MMORPG-style persistent hero development, is now opening its kingdom to any gamer who wants to test out the game.

Prime World‘s first open beta weekend is off and running as of today and will run through Monday, June 24th at 1AM PST/4AM EST. You don’t need an invite to join, just head over to and click the “Join the Beta” button at the top to begin downloading the game. What’s more, any progress you make will be saved once this first weekend ends, and carried over to future beta weekends.

Here are more details about the game content featured during the open beta weekend:

– We are now in Open Beta. You do not need a Beta Key to access Prime World. This is not a 24/7 Open Beta. You can still only access the game during designated times.

– For this Beta event, players will be introduced to our Co-op PvE Challenge Mission. Currently there is a bug with the Single Player version, and if we manage to fix it in time, we will enable it for this Beta Weekend. Sorry for the this.

– For this Beta event, players will be given a free hero under level 20 (normally obtainable through resources gathered over a longer gameplay time). If you have already used this in the previous Beta Weekends, you will not get another. To get your free hero, simply click the green horn icon on the right-hand side of the screen in the Castle.

– There will be no wipe after any Prime World Beta event; therefore, anything you earn in the Beta you will keep forever, including heroes.

– Gold will not be available for purchase during this Beta event.

– Players are free to post screenshots, live stream the game, and share its content on any social platform.

Additional open beta weekend information is available here.

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