Titan Forge Games Announces Smite 2 Closed Alpha Test Dates for May 2024
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Titan Forge Games Announces Smite 2 Closed Alpha Test Dates for May 2024

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

Titan Forge Games has just announced its first closed alpha test for Smite 2, set to take place over the weekend of May 2nd to May 5th, 2024. This highly anticipated event will feature "14 playable gods and the revamped Conquest game mode," giving players a taste of what's to come in the sequel.

Although the exact roster of playable gods has not been confirmed yet, fans can expect more details to be revealed during a special livestream on May 1st. Make sure to tune in to the Smite Twitch channel at 3 PM eastern time to catch all the latest updates.

But that's not all! Titan Forge Games has also confirmed that there will be additional alpha weekend tests leading up to the closed beta, which is expected to launch "late this summer." This exciting news gives players a glimpse into the development timeline and hints at when the full release may be on the horizon.

For those eager to get their hands on Smite 2, the game will be available on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S. You can secure access to the upcoming alpha weekend by purchasing the Founder’s Edition or the Deluxe and Ultimate Founder’s Editions.


One of the most exciting aspects of Smite 2 is the use of Unreal Engine 5 technology, showcased in the recently released reveal trailer. The updated features and stunning visuals promise to breathe new life into the franchise, offering a fresh experience for veteran players and newcomers alike.

Furthermore, Titan Forge Games recently revealed the first new god for Smite 2, Hecate. This powerful deity introduces modern gameplay mechanics, such as the ability to distort the entire map with Traverse Worlds. It's clear that the developers are pushing the boundaries of what's possible in the Smite universe, making Smite 2 a must-play for any fan of the series.


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