Throne and Liberty closed beta details revealed as invites sent out

Character attacking a boss-like enemy in Throne and Liberty screenshot
Credit: Amazon Games

Character attacking a boss-like enemy in Throne and Liberty screenshot
Credit: Amazon Games


  • Throne and Liberty is having a closed beta between April 10 and April 17, 2024, for players on PC, Xbox Series X|S, and PS5.
  • Invites for the test have been sent to the lucky recipients, so check your inbox to see if you’ve been invited
  • The developers have made changes to the progression, combat, and unlocked the economy since the last test

There's nothing like a new MMORPG to sink hundreds of hours into, and 2024 seems like a packed year for MMOs, especially if the Amazon Games-published Throne and Liberty arrives. However, if you've been wanting to play Throne and Liberty, you may want to check your emails.

Throne and Liberty is getting a closed beta between April 10, 2024, and April 17, 2024, giving a select few players a chance to dive into the world of the MMO. This beta isn't limited to PC players either, with the test inviting players on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S too.

If you're lucky, you should've received an email confirming your invitation yesterday, on April 2, with codes being dispatched to players on April 4 with instructions on how to redeem and access the beta. If you've been unlucky, well, you'll have to wait for a future beta test. Even worse? The beta is under NDA, meaning there'll be no details coming from players of the Throne and Liberty beta.

For those fortunate enough to dive into the upcoming beta, the developers have adjusted progression, removing the level cap from the technical test to allow players to fully test the progression system. There will also be some events taking place during the week of the closed beta. These events can be found below, and the time is based on your local time.

  • April 10: Test opens, no scheduled event
  • April 11: Field Boss Morokai - 7:00PM
  • April 12: King Excavator-9 Riftstone - 8:00PM
  • April 13: Arch Boss Tevent (Peace) - 7:00PM
  • April 14: Castle Siege 1 - 7:00PM
  • April 15: Tax Delivery - 10:00PM
  • April 16: Castle Siege 2 - 7:00PM
  • April 17: Closing Ceremony – 7:00PM UTC

To coincide with the events, combat has also been improved for the upcoming beta, according to the Throne and Liberty blog post. The in-game Auction House and Store will be enabled for the test too, giving players the opportunity to interact with the MMOs economy.

For those of you fortunate enough. we hope the beta goes well. However, the rest of us will be slowly saving up for the best graphics cards and best gaming monitors for when Throne and Liberty finally launches.

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