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Atelier Online Closed Beta Test Will Run This Week

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Boltrend announced that an Atelier Online: Alchemist of Bressisle closed beta test will be held on Android devices. People in Brazil, Canada, Indonesia, the Philippines, and the UK will be able to take part. It will be held starting on April 7, 2021. While there are announcements about it on its site or social media accounts yet, it did mention it a closed beta on the official subreddit for the game.

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If someone is in one of those five areas, they will be able to head to Google Play to download the game and begin playing once it is live. While the link isn’t valid yet, it will be once the Atelier Online closed beta test is available. The timeframe for this phase will last six days, so people will have until April 13, 2021. Data will be deleted after the test is complete, so people won’t be able to carry over progress to the full game.

As a reminder, in Atelier Online players follow a character who was initially an amnesiac and grew up around alchemy at a school. Now that they are old enough, they can finally start learning the trade for themselves. The adventure, which has single and multiplayer elements, follows as someone explores Bressisle and starts to become a full-fledged alchemist.

Atelier Online: Alchemist of Bressisle will be available on Android and Apple iOS devices. The Atelier Online closed beta test will run April 7-13, 2021 in Brazil, Canada, Indonesia, the Philippines, and the UK.

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