Project Arrival Sci-Fi Open-World Game to test on January 14

MMC Society has announced that a Closed Beta test for Project Arrival, an internationally released survival game, will be held.

According to the most recent reports, the test will take place in Canada from January 14 to 17. The product will be tested with a small number of people and within the time frame outlined above.


You'll be exploring the ruins of a post-apocalyptic wasteland in this game. There is fighting to be done, but the game is so much more. You'll also have to construct your own residence.

Because you'll be spending a lot of time in a hostile environment, you'll need to make weapons and equipment.

Project Arrival, as described by NPH, is an open world game set in a futuristic world. In the year 2122, players will be thrust into an intergalactic environment following a destructive interstellar war. They must then survive in the most hostile environments while completing various goals and tasks.

Because the game is set in the future, ByteDance's mobile game incorporates cyberpunk elements, such as the use of high-tech weapons and equipment to embark on a difficult and challenging journey that will push players to their limits.

Players have complete control over their gameplay in the open world mode. Project Arrival allows players to create their own lives in the galaxy, make friends, and craft new weapons at their leisure.


The main goal is to eliminate mutant monsters of enormous size that are ready to devour anyone who attacks them. While searching for survivors or running out of food, the player must defeat them in order to progress.

Slaying monsters and collecting blueprints for building houses as safe havens for survivors are among the game's missions. MMC Society has created a Project Arrival game that provides the global gaming community with a variety of engaging experiences.

There is currently no word on a global release, but the Chinese version, known as Giang Lam Project, is preparing for new betas.