Does Once Human Beta Progress Carry Over To Full Game?

Will your Once Human Beta progress carry over to the full version of the game? Once Human, the highly-anticipated multiplayer open-world survival game, is entering its first closed beta test. Players will have the opportunity to get a glimpse of what the game has to offer, explore some areas, and test gameplay mechanics. In this guide, we explain if you’ll get to keep your Once Human beta account, or if you will lose your beta progression.

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Does Once Human Beta Progress Carry Over To Full Game?
Does Once Human Beta Progress Carry Over To Full Game?

Will Once Human Beta Progress Carry Over To the Full Game?

Let’s jump straight to the thing you want to know. No, your Once Human Beta progression will not carry over to the full game. This has been confirmed by the developers in their frequently asked questions (FAQ) section for the PC beta. “All accounts used during this beta will be deleted after this test and cannot be inherited in any future tests,” reads the official answer.

However, that doesn’t mean that all you do in the beta will be completely in vain. Namely, the developers explain that players who complete all activities will be eligible to gain special rewards. “Even though your data will be wiped at the end of the test, make sure to finish all the test activities for a chance to obtain appearance rewards, which can be used after the game’s official release.”

So there you have it, you will lose all your progress once the Once Human beta ends. You will not be able to carry over your Once Human Beta progression to the full release. However, as you can see, there is still a reason to complete everything the beta has to offer. With that said, that’s about all you need to know. Have fun playing the Once Human beta! If you have any questions, ask us in the comments section!

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