Babylon’s Fall graphics have been improved with feedback from the Closed Beta


Following feedback from players who participated in the second phase of the closed beta test on PS4 and PC last month, developer PlatinumGames has made that of Babylon Publication date graphical improvements for visibility and clarity. Players on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 will be able to try them out for themselves during the third phase of the closed beta, which is due to take place next month.

Throughout the first two phases of the closed beta test, players complained about poor visibility due to the “classic fantasy oil paint aesthetic” that the developer was using for the game’s graphics. Based on these comments, the team has now improved the ‘overall visual clarity’ so that while the background still looks like an oil painting, foreground details like the patterns clothing or the grain of the wood in the planks of the floor are now much lighter.

Other improvements include tweaks to make the gameplay more responsive and exciting. Aspects of The fall of Babylon the team adjusted attack speed, combat moves, combos, and unique actions for each weapon. A new video shows some of the changes to sword actions.

Publisher Square Enix has announced the next phase of the beta with Phase 3 set to take place on PC, PS4 and PS5. Unlike the previous phases, the test will take place in all three regions simultaneously. The test will start at 1 a.m. on November 15 and end at 1 a.m. on November 17. This time around, the Closed Beta will feature cross-play between the three platforms and players will be able to take on six different quests.

Applications to participate in the The fall of Babylon the closed beta has been reopened. Players now have until 6:59 p.m. PST on October 28 to apply to participate on any of the three platforms. Players must reside in Japan, United States, Canada, Brazil, United Kingdom, France or Germany and be over the age of 17 to participate. Those who successfully enter the beta test will be notified by email and can broadcast their gaming experiences if they wish.

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