Arena Breakout: Infinite will have two maps in its Closed Beta Test, Farm and Valley

Arena Breakout, the survival looter-shooter similar to Escape From Tarkov is going to host a closed beta test soon, and today, the developer has revealed exactly how many maps will be available during the phase. Recently, they have been vocal on Discord, as it’s where exactly the two maps were confirmed.

You can take a look at the maps and more details about them below:

As per the developer on Discord:

We are pleased to officially announce the maps for our Closed Beta Test. This test will feature two maps: Farm and Valley.

The Farm of Arbor Town is located in the pass of the Onotos Mountains and serves as Kamona’s main agricultural production center. The area is elongated with a main road running through it, and buildings are distributed along this road. The central Motel on the map is the core area of the farm and the stronghold of the boss.

Nestled by the Floranpino Sea, the Valley is a scenic vacation area with high terrain around the edges and lower in the middle. The southern Beach Villa are surrounded by a bay, creating a secure and comfortable environment for the gang leader to securely place their wealth. Atop the low hills in the middle of the valley sits Noan Courtyard, used for gatherings, and a secluded Small Factory lies at the base of the mountains to the north, casting a shadow over the entire Valley, awaiting your exploration.

We will continue to release more detailed information about these maps, so please stay tuned.

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