Indus Battle Royale Announces Community Playtest at Surat

Abhimannu Das
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The community will be able to play Indus on 25th February in Surat at White Orange Software.
Registrations for the event are currently open and players will be invited to the event if they are selected.
If invited, players get an Indus Battle Kit which is a collection of collector-grade memorabilia made to celebrate SuperGaming’s community.

India-based game company SuperGaming is working on ‘Indus’ which is a battle royale game that puts you in the shoes of a ‘MythWalker’. It is set to be India’s first battle royale title that is being built from the ground up in the country. The game is set to cross one million pre-registrations and the developers will be hosting a community playtest session soon. Here is everything you need to know about the upcoming community playtest event in case you want to attend and try out the game yourself.

How to pre-register for Indus’ community playtest session

Like prior playtests, the upcoming community playtest session is an invite-only event, so sign up for access via this form. The community will be able to play the game on 25th February in Surat at White Orange Software. 

During this community playtest, players will get access to the latest build of Indus and play a few rounds of the game with the developers and fellow community members. Here are some of the changes and additions compared to the second community playtest held in November in Bengaluru: 

  • Better graphics and smoother visuals. 

  • New playable paragons (they're the playable characters). 

  • New paragon skins. 

  • New weapons. 

  • Map improvements. 

  • Mini-map upgrades. 

  • Slide feature. 

  • Customizable controls. 

  • Supply drops.

  • Weapon testing facility (firing range)

Players will be able to share their thoughts on various aspects of the game and impact the direction of how SuperGaming crafts its most ambitious title yet. If invited, players get an Indus Battle Kit. It’s a collection of collector-grade memorabilia made to celebrate SuperGaming’s community and how games are built through collaboration. 

SuperGaming co-founder and CEO Roby John revealed in the official press release,  “Our previous playtests had us get valuable feedback from players in Pune and Bengaluru which helped us make a better game, now it’s time to see what some of the more hardcore battle royale players in the country think.” 


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Abhimannu is a PC esports writer at AFK Gaming. With over seven years of experience in esports journalism, he has worked on a myriad of games and their ecosystems including Valorant, Overwatch and Apex Legends.