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Rise of Incarnates, the two-on-two fighting game from the Tekken and Soul Calibur creators will soon throwing closed beta punches, publisher Bandai Namco announced today.

Eager fighting fans wanting to jump in on the action can find all the details at the official website. The doors to the beta program open at 4:00PM AEST on Friday, August 8th. It will last ten full days, ending at the same time on Monday, August 18th.

Announced in April alongside its initial alpha program, Rise of Incarnates is a free-to-play PC fighting game that features humans with god-like powers battling in mostly-destroyed, yet real-life locales. The beta will include New York City and Paris-based levels that allow players to use the environment to their competitive advantage. The program's limited character roster starts with four fighters: Mephistopheles, Lilith, Grim Reaper and Ares. The fifth playable character, Brynhildr, is expected to join the roster on August 13th, along with the Paris level.

Rise of Incarnates' beta will also include the ability to purchase in-game items and goodies, such as character customization options. Players will be able to synthesize skill cubes to improve their fighters' performance use a new "Awakening" system.



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