Gray Zone Warfare will offer One-Week Access to Content Creators starting tomorrow, April 18

The upcoming tactical FPS title Gray Zone Warfare will allow a select group of content creators and their friends to play the game. The test will start on April 18 and be streamed on Twitch, Kick, YouTube, and other social media.

This access is apparently limited to VIPs or content creators who have shown interest in the game. So we, as a news outlet, have also shown interest and requested access through official channels but were declined. The response was: “The playtest is for our VIPs who were able to invite their friends. Please stay in touch as other opportunities will open up in the future. Cheers.

Yes, we might be sad, but at least it’s a polite decline. While this decision might be disappointing for most of the fans who have been eager to taste the game, it seems that the developer’s intention is to keep things tight.

Currently, the game doesn’t have specified the minimum and recommended PC system requirements, but it’s listed on Steam, and if you find it intriguing or want to keep track of it, you can wishlist it.

According to the developer, the game is supposed to revolutionize the tactical FPS genre by focusing on realism, similar to what Escape From Tarkov and Arma offer. The difference from EFT is that this game is an open world with a territory of over 42km².

Many have tried to replicate the success of other games, so it remains to be seen what Gray Zone Warfare will offer. If you’re one of those who haven’t been granted access, make sure you join some of the streaming platforms and find out what this game is all about, tomorrow, April 18.

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