Nightingale stress test announced for early 2024, new developer update video released

Inflexion Games has announced a stress test in early 2024 for Nightingale, the shared-world survival-crafting game. Nightingale is set to officially release on February 22nd, 2024, but you can sign up for the stress test now by following the directions laid out in the developer’s blog. A new developer update video, which you can view above, provides additional stress test details as well as insight the developers gained from a recent closed playtest. You can read below for more info:

Inflexion Games, the studio of industry veterans led by Aaryn Flynn, announced a server stress test will take place early next year for their upcoming shared-world survival-crafting game  Nightingale. The studio released a new blog update making the announcement, with the stress scheduled ahead of the game’s Early Access launch on February 22.

Set for the beginning of the year, Inflexion Games invites players to join the server stress test and help “break the portal network” – allowing the studio to rigorously test Nightingale‘s servers to ensure a smooth Early Access launch. All interested players can sign up via Steam, where the game can also be wishlisted. More details about the server stress test will be shared soon.

Nightingale is set to release on February 22nd, 2024 via Steam and Epic Games Store. Players who wish to know more can visit, join the official Discord, and wishlist Nightingale now on both platforms.

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