All those willing to test the world of Nightingale in advance will soon have the opportunity to do so.
Nightingale: Server stress test planned for early 2024
The Early Access phase of the survival MMO Nightingale is set to start on February 22, 2024, but before that happens, the servers will be subjected to a major stress test. The developers want to be prepared for a possible onslaught in February. After all, they want to avoid such prominent examples as the more than bumpy launch of Diablo III a few years ago. Anyone with a Steam account can take part. All you have to do is register for the stress test and, with a bit of luck, you'll be in with a chance. However, there is no guarantee that you will be selected, even if you have already taken part in previous closed beta tests.
Developer Inflexion Games has not yet revealed any further details. Detailed information such as a start date, the maximum number of participants and other details will not be announced until January. However, the developers point out that there may still be bugs and problems, especially with the connection, but they hope that at least the first few hours of play will run smoothly for all those selected.
Inflexion Games has also published some curious facts from the last playtest of Nightingale. Over 60,000 boars and wolves were killed, 3,000 players had at least one metal tooth and one player spent a whole 8 hours in the character editor.