Daedalic Entertainment is looking for gamers who are interested in taking part in an closed beta test phase for their upcoming turn-based RPG Blackguards.
Players from all over the world will get the chance to play-test the sinister RPG which centers around a party of criminal “heroes”, way before the actual release in November 2013, and get the chance to influence the development with their feedback.
All players need to do to be part of the open beta test phase, is sending an email to:
and mention why they want to be chosen, and the depth of their gaming experience is. Participation slots are limited. Chosen participants will receive more details from Daedalic Entertainment.
The closed beta test runs from September 04th until October 02nd, 2013, and participants need to be at least 16 years of age. Participants will also see their name appearing in the credits of the final game.
Blackguards is probably one of the bleakest stories ever told in the universe of ‘The Dark Eye’:
What if the only remaining hope of a world is not a company of virtuous heroes, but instead a bunch of outcasts and criminals? Blackguards will answer this very question. The player takes on the role of a convicted murderer, accompanied by a group of no less dubious characters.
They may spare the world its grim fate, but their good deeds are neither acts of kindness nor heroism, but, appropriate to their roguish nature, more likely the result of their attempts to save their own hides.
Staying alive is a feat of its own, since not only the long arm of the law wants their heads, but there are also other, mysterious powers with much more sinister intentions hot on their trail. As if all this wasn’t enough, Aventuria’s south is crawling with dangerous beasts and monsters…
Blackguards is a turn-based RPG with tactical combat and combines Daedalic’s recognized high standards of storytelling and unique characters with thrilling action and an elaborate 3D environment. Challenging quests will lead the player through a dark story of doubt, treachery and loss.