Chimeraland will enter closed beta in Canada next week before a full North American release later this year

A free to play open world sandbox, chimera land has announced a closed beta for PC and Android in Canada. This comes ahead of the just-confirmed full North American release later this year on PC, iOS, and Android.

chimera land takes inspiration from eastern mythology and integrates a number of ancient beasts into its large open world. The creatures that inhabit the world mean a lot here, as you can capture and tame them, and eventually create new chimeras. A process called the “evolution and devouring system” will take center stage. And you will be able to develop new chimeras with different characteristics and abilities, coming from the creatures that created them, as well as other aspects of the combinations.

Since this is an open-world sandbox, you can explore the world and build your own place in it. The wilderness is yours to transform and settle anywhere, whether on land, at sea, or even in the air. There are discoveries to be made, a range of weapons (and you can switch them if you want, so there are no rigid paths).

Of course, you will spend a lot of time crafting your chimeras. When you tame creatures, they essentially become your pets, and you can use the system to “devour” or “evolve” the creatures you tame. These systems give these pets traits, different shapes and abilities as you combine and decide which ones best suit your needs or how you want to play. There are no restrictions, so any creature you see in the world can be one of your pets and then be changed with the systems.

The closed beta will only run in Canada from May 12th to May 17th. To sign up or learn more about it chimera land the game, Visit the official website. Chimeraland will enter closed beta in Canada next week before a full North American release later this year

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