Synduality Echo of Ada Closed Beta Test Dated
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Synduality Echo of Ada Closed Beta Test Dated

Bandai Namco kicked off registration for the Synduality: Echo of Ada closed beta test ahead of the trial this month. It will be held on the PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC starting on March 28, 2024. 

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To be considered for a chance to play, people need to sign up via either the North and South American or European site. People must be at least 13 years old. They also must submit an application to be considered by March 19, 2024. Those selected will get their codes starting on March 25, 2024. People who decide to play on PCs via Steam can pre-load the game on March 25, 2024, while those on consoles need to wait until March 26, 2024 according to the European site. 

The American site went over some of the things people can do while playing this Synduality: Echo of Ada trial. You can sortie, and there will be some Bounties and Requests available to show how the PvPvE shooter works. You will get to change how your base and Magus AI companion will look, but this will be limited compared to the full game. You can also get new items and equipment via crafting or visiting the Item Shop.

There’s also a trailer showing what people can expect:

Synduality: Echo of Adais expected to come to the PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC in 2024, and its closed beta test will run on all three platforms between March 28, 2024 and April 2, 2024. As a reminder, the Synduality: Noir anime tied to the game is streaming on Disney+. 

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