If you’re looking for something new and exciting, maybe something that’s not even available worldwide, and just might be the next big thing, then look no further, you’ve found the list of the best games currently in progressive launch. , and we’ve brought the best together in one place.
Sometimes developers like to make sure the paying audience is ready to play their game before they stream it to any device in the world. And so, we end up with soft launch games. Available in only a handful of countries and regions, a software-launched game is subject to drastic changes, as developers take customer feedback (and other measures) into account to tweak the game and ensure the best product possible is ready for worldwide release. launch.
But here’s the kicker – we can see when the developers are doing that. And when you look at some of the great games, like the ones we have on this list, you may find yourself very excited, and even a little jealous that you can’t play them yet.
So, to help you out a bit, we’ve put together a huge list of some of the biggest and best games currently available in progressive launch, which you might be able to get if you have the right Apple ID or the right Google Play account for. download it with.
List of Android and iOS soft launch games
As mentioned above, these test flight games are subject to change massively throughout their phased launch periods, and it’s nearly impossible to keep up with their development for months at a time. So some of our information may not be accurate until the time of writing – sorry for that! Let us know in the comments and we’ll do our best to fix it!
And if a game suddenly disappears, it could be because the developer decided to stop development early and save the cost of a big launch, or because the developer is getting ready for a big launch and wants surprise the world. Either way, we’ll try to keep you updated when these things happen.
Do you whet your appetite enough? Dive into the list of games below and find out what you could be playing later this year, or right now if you have the right account in the right region.
Original post from Emily Sowden, historically updated by Ric Cowley and Harry Slater, now maintained by Dann Sullivan.