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Ragnarok: Battle Academy pre-CBT download is now available

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After the announcement of Ragnarok: Battle Academy’s Pre-Closed Beta Test (CBT) schedule, the game client to be used for the test is now available for download on Google Play via this link: https://exe.in.th/ROBA_Pre_CBT.

The Pre-CBT will start on December 2 until December 8 and will be available to the Philippines, with other regions to follow. For now, only Android users will experience the game in its Pre-CBT version. Below are the specification requirements to run the test client.

ROBA Recommended Specs

  • Device OS: Android (only for Pre-CBT)

Minimum Device Specifications

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  • Processor: CPU KIRIN 970
  • RAM: 4GB or equivalent
  • OS: Android 9.0 or above

Recommended Device Specifications:

  • Processor: CPU Kirin 980 Octa core
  • RAM: 8GB or equivalent
  • OS: Android 9.0 and above
  • Recommended Internet Speed: 10 Mbps

A questionnaire was also prepared to receive the Pre-CBT participant’s feedback and suggestions regarding their experience. They’ve also included FAQs and a list of known issues on the Pre-CBT’s page on Ragnarok: Battle Academy’s official website.

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Ragnarok: Battle Academy, or ROBA for short, is a new game by EXE Studio. It joins the fray of Battle Royale games that incorporate RPG elements, deriving from the franchise’s original RPG classic Ragnarok Online. Both new and veteran players are bound to notice the game’s unique blend of classic RPG elements with modern gameplay of the Battle Royale genre.

Learn more about the game and its latest events updates by visiting https://roba.extreme.game/.

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