BitCraft Pre-Alpha Testing Begins Today

SAN FRANCISCO — November 17, 2021 — Clockwork Labs, today announced the start of Pre-Alpha testing for the upcoming sandbox MMORPG BitCraft.

Players, who have previously registered for Pre-Alpha testing, have now a chance to get a first glimpse at BitCraft. The Pre-Alpha will be conducted in waves and is expected to last several months. Early tests will have a small number of players, but that number is expected to grow as the tests progress. New testers will be invited for every consecutive test wave and Sign Up for Pre-Alpha testing is still open on the official website.

The goal of the Pre-Alpha is to gather unbiased first impression feedback from players and will be conducted under NDA to ensure new waves of testers will join unprejudiced. The purpose of the tests is to answer specific questions about game mechanics in a controlled environment. It’s expected that the game may change considerably during and after Pre-Alpha testing. After the end of Pre-Alpha testing, future tests are expected to be less restricted and allow players to share their experience with the broader community.

About BitCraft

BitCraft is an MMO community sandbox game which takes place in an enormous, fully editable, procedurally generated landscape all hosted in a single unsharded world, providing players with an unparalleled level of creativity and depth in an MMORPG universe.
BitCraft puts emphasis on cooperation over combat within an ever-expanding world, and supports a wide range of playstyles and specialisations.

About Clockwork Labs

Clockwork labs is a privately-owned independent video game developer with headquarters in San Francisco, California. The company was founded in 2019 with the goal of applying its founders’ unique engineering backgrounds in distributed systems to video games. The concept for its first project BitCraft attracted investors and industry veterans to join. The company is currently growing.

More information about Clockwork Labs is available at



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