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Spiders is playtesting Steelrising in March

The studio is looking for people to play the Steam version to try and improve it.

Developer Spiders is opening up playtesting for its upcoming action RPG Steelrising next month.

The French games studio has opened up a Google Form for those wanting to take part in this upcoming test, which is set to last between 7 and 10 days. The Steelrising playtest will be for the PC version of the game and will begin at the start of March.

Those who are selected to take part in the test will be emailed ahead of it opening. They'll also be required to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) to take part in the playtest, too.

"If you are interested in playing in exclusivity to this action RPG to help us make the game even better, please fill out the form below," the studio wrote.

Announced in July of last year, Steelrising is an action RPG that takes place in an alternate version of Paris during the French Revolution. In this take on the bloody revolt which sent waves through countries around the world, King Louis XVI is using automatons to keep the French people down.

Steelrising is coming to PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S.

Spiders is best known for its Sherlock Holmes titles, as well as The Technomancer and 2018's GreedFall.

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