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Special Force Mobile closed beta testing registration now up

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Special Force M, Dragonfly’s multiplayer, third-person shooter, is finally landing on mobile and will be going through closed-beta testing (CBT). 

The CBT is exclusive only to both Philippine and Thailand players. 

Interested parties must first register for the event, which has been ongoing since June 12, 2020 (Wednesday) and will lasts until July 1, 2020 (Friday).

In order to participate in the event, applicants must also own an Android device. Not iOS, since iPhones are not yet supported because the developer prioritized Android, probably because of a larger user base.

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Special Force Mobile will also see release on the iOS, but only after a successful launch in Android. 

Consequently, the game developer encourages interested applicants to have a phone with at least the following specifications as bare minimum:

  • Android OS 7.0 Nougat or higher
  • 3GB RAM or higher

Take note that people who will join the event will see their player status in rest as well as any progress committed during the entirety of the event once CBT finishes. So, keep that in mind.

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