Turtle Rock Reminds Players of the Strict NDA as EVOLVE Alpha Approaches

By   /   Jul 31, 2014

Earlier this month, Turtle Rock Studios and 2K Games announced a limited closed alpha test for its four vs. one multiplayer shooter, EVOLVE and apparently the developing house has started sending out the keys to finalized list of participants.

In a recent thread created over EVOLVE Forums by Brandini, the moderator reminds all alpha participants about the strict Non-Disclosure Agreement that they signed along with the alpha sign-up form.

Stating that EVOLVE Alpha is approaching fast; Brandini asks the community not to share anything whatsoever related to the alpha test. The community is asked to mark any discussion on the subject as off-topic so that it could be moved to Private Alpha Category.

Because the Alpha requires testers to agree to a strict NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement), this means they won’t be able to publicly discuss their time in the game.

So with that said, it would be super helpful if, when the time comes, everyone could flag any discussions that are about the Alpha as “off-topic” so it can be moved into the private Alpha category. In most cases, they are unintentionally talking about it.

Yes, there will be a Private Alpha Category to discuss everything without violating the NDA. Turtle Rock Studio’s Community Manager, DamJess has confirmed it by stating:

There is an alpha category that only Alpha participants will have access to on the forums.

As of now, there is no mention as to when this alpha test will commence, but we are hearing reports of an Xbox One Beta shortly after it. To become a part of the discussion, head over to EVOLVE Forums!

Evolve is slated to launch across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on Oct. 21, 2014.

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