Earlier this year development duo Andy Campbell and Mez Breeze held a closed beta for their upcoming title All the Delicate Duplicates. Today they’ve now announced registrations are open for another All the Delicate Duplicates beta which will take place later this month.
All The Delicate Duplicates focuses on a computer engineer, John, and his daughter Charlotte. After inheriting a collection of weird objects from a mysterious relative, that neither of them can remember, the pair start to believe that the objects might be transforming their realities and memories.
A central part of All The Delicate Duplicates is the non-linear language, a poetic, hybrid language Mezangelle. It remixes the basic structure of English and computer code to create language where meanings are nestled inside each other, meaning players have to read; then re-read; then re-re-read in order to piece together the disturbing truth behind ‘Aunt Mo’.
While All The Delicate Duplicates will support virtual reality (VR), this beta is for standard PC’s only. It’ll run from 12:00 GMT on 25th November to 23:00 GMT on 28th November, and is open to anyone over the age 16. Once users have registered their interest they’ll have to wait for a confirmation email with relevant instructions 24 hours before the beta launches.
The developers have stated that All The Delicate Duplicates is really close to completion and the beta will help to gain as much feedback as possible.
VRFocus will continue its coverage of All The Delicate Duplicates, reporting back with any further updates.