IGN published this video item, entitled “The Finals – Official Alpha Playtest Trailer (Warning: Flashing Lights)” – below is their description.
Check out this action-packed trailer for upcoming free-to-play team-based FPS, The Finals. Get a look at the game’s fully destructible arenas in this fast-paced, chaotic trailer. Players can sign up for the closed alpha playtest now.
The Finals Alpha Playtest will be available to players in NA (USA & Canada) and EU on PC via Steam. It kicks off on September 29 at 5am PT/ 8am ET/ 1pm BST / 2pm CEST / 10pm AEST and will run through October 3, concluding at 12am PT/ 3am ET/ 8am BST/ 9am CEST / 5pm AEST. Embark Studios’ The Finals is coming to PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S.
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