World War 3 Public Stress Test Happening This Weekend

The Public Stress Test of MY.GAMES and The Farm 51’s tactical online FPS World War 3 will begin this weekend.

This test will help prepare World War 3 for its Open Beta in March 2022. Players will be able to progress through the whole World War 3 Closed Beta. It is made up of two modes and four maps: Team Deathmatch in Berlin and Warsaw, along with Tactical Ops in Berlin, Warsaw, Moscow, and Polyarny. All those that participate will also be able to get themselves the LWH Dark Helmet.

Available on both Steam and the MY.GAMES Store, this test will run from February 3 at 4:00am PT. Note that players will have an option to keep all their progress made during the Public Stress Test and retain access to the game throughout the rest of the Closed Beta by purchasing CBT Packs.

For those new to the series, be sure to check out the following making of video that looks at the development of its ballistics:

World War 3 – Making Of (Ballistics)

Source: Press Release
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