[Steam only] Wanna help us test upcoming features in GZ?

I am once again asking you to join our Community Beta Tester team.

What are my responsibilities?

As a Beta Tester on Steam, you get to play not-yet-released content and give feedback or report bugs on it before it’s released to the public, so that it’s as good as it can be when it is.

What do I need to join?

You need to be enthusiastic about Generation Zero and seeing it succeed, as well as being good at giving constructive feedback. Since you’ll be signing an NDA, you need to be over 18 years old in order to join.
If you have some cool suggestion threads or bugreports on here, that’s awesome and a big plus!

How do I apply?

Just reply in this thread or send me a direct message if you’re interested and I’ll ask you some questions to see if you’re a fit :slight_smile: If you’ve applied before but didn’t hear back, I highly encourage you to apply again!

This is a volunteer group, so you won’t get any money for participating, but of course you will get a key for any upcoming DLC you test.

I’m looking forward to hearing from you!


A good thing, but just for PC(Steam).

I would immediatly join, if it would be for Playstation…

I don’t own the Steam-Version and I even don’t know if it would work on my system, which I upgraded in 2013 the last time. :rofl:

AMD Phenom II X4 965 3.40 GHz
8,00 GB RAM
AMD RADEON R7 200 Series, 1,00 GB VRAM


I would like to join and help.

Yeah I’m afraid that’s not quite gonna cut it😂 but thanks for offering your help, of course I’ll keep you in mind in case we ever have console beta testers:)

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I would like to apply. Would love to help test out new stuff!

Intel i7-10700K 3.80Ghz (16 CPUs)
64 GBs RAM
RTX 3080Ti

I would like to apply. Would love to help test out new stuff!


PC (Steam)
AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3,40Ghz (6 CPUs)
16 GB Ram
GTX 1660 Super

Hi, I would like to apply to Beta-test some future features, I am PC but no idea why everyone is posting their settings.

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Maybe because I posted my antiquated settings. Well, I instead just wanted to know if it fits the minimum requirements.
And for this it’s indeed not bad to know. Some things run smoother and specific cpus or gpus, some on other setups…