The second Alpha Test for MOBA Shooter Game Second Wave will take place on June 3 via Steam.

The second round of PC alpha testing for Challengers Games' upcoming MOBA shooter Second Wave is being conducted on Steam. Additionally, a gameplay trailer showcasing the materials you can access in the test was released on the developer's official YouTube page.


Players from North America, Europe, South Korea, and Japan are invited to take part in the alpha test, which will begin on June 2 at 12:00 AM UTC and end on June 4 at 12:00 AM UTC. The first alpha test for the game took place between May 26 and May 27, and both testing will feature the same material.

There are two ways to play the MOBA shooter Second Wave: first-person and third-person. The conflict for an uncommon resource known as Arcane Stone is at the center of the game, which is set in the war-torn continent of Armantia. Battles between players' various unique anime-styled characters will take place.

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In Second Wave, nations compete for the rare resource Arcane Stone across the huge continent of Armantia, fostering long-term developments in science and technology. There are famous people from every country who have influenced the history of the continent. You will have the chance to discover these people's backgrounds, what happened, and how they ended up as Armantia's heroes. These heroes did not start the war that turned the hitherto calm continent into a battle zone, though. Instead, they are the main protagonists of the ongoing second wave of conflict.

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The game is free to play, and the only in-game purchases available are cosmetics and battle passes, which grant access to exclusive skins and other incentives. The creators have vowed to adhere to a "No Pay to Win" stance.



Second Wave Gameplay Teaser Trailer​

The developer wants to evaluate gameplay stability and confirm technical and network stability in North America and Europe through this alpha test. The final game will be improved using the information gathered during this time period and user comments.