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There's something extra cool about being selected to take part in a closed beta. It's like a secret club or something. And you've been invited.

Overnight, details on how to register to be a part of the closed beta test for the forthcoming Dragon Ball: The Breakers was shared with us, which we're now sharing with you.

First of all, what is Dragon Ball: The Breakers?
Survive to live. Evolve to triumph.

Caught in by an unexpected temporal phenomenon, seven ordinary citizens find themselves stranded in a Temporal Seam: they share their imprisonment with the Raider, a menacing enemy from another timeline with an overwhelming power.

Their only hope for survival is to break out from the Temporal Seam with the Super Time Machine, but the Raider is on their tracks and becomes stronger minutes-by-minutes.

In a race against time the cunning of Survivors clashes with the power of the Raider, to break free or be broken.

Break Through or Break Down.
Sound fairly ominous. To register, it's actually as easy as clicking here, but get in quick as the test only takes place over the weekend of December 4th and 5th. And if you need more convincing, check out this gameplay systems trailer embedded below.





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