Immortal: Unchained PC Closed Alpha Now Available

Immortal: Unchained PC Alpha Now Live

An exclusive closed alpha test for the upcoming hardcore action-RPG Immortal: Unchained is now live on PC via Steam, Sold Out and Toadman Interactive announced today.

Pre-orders for the physical version of Immortal: Unchained are also now available on PlayStation 4 and the family of Xbox One devices including Xbox One X ahead of the game’s release later in 2018.

The closed alpha includes two of the game’s locations: the Hidden Vaults, featuring the game’s opening tutorial, and the frozen ice world Arden, where players will get to explore the Scar of the Abyss. The alpha will be live until 2pm GMT on Monday, March 12.

Players interested in participating in the closed alpha can still register for access on, with additional keys set to be provided to successful applicants throughout the weekend.

Players are also encouraged to share their thoughts and experiences with the alpha via social media or by visiting the Steam forums, with the feedback being used to help Toadman Interactive refine the game ahead of launch.

“Immortal: Unchained is a hardcore experience for hardcore action-RPG fans,” said Rasmus Davidsson, Design Director at Toadman Interactive. “As huge fans of the genre ourselves, Immortal: Unchained is the result of years of passionate work from the entire team, and we’re excited to finally give PC players an early sneak peek at our brutal new IP.”

“We hope this early look at the game will get players eager to learn more about Toadman’s unforgiving universe,” added Sarah Hoeksma, Marketing Director at Sold Out. “We still have a limited number of spaces available in the alpha, so if you want to try Immortal: Unchained this weekend, sign up today!”

Immortal: Unchained will be available both digitally and at retail on the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system, the family of Xbox One devices including Xbox One X, and PC via Steam in 2018.

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