Moonbreaker is the upcoming turn-based digital table-top title from Unknown Worlds, the team behind Subnautica. It is scheduled for release in early access on September 29, 2022, but there will be playtests September 9, 2022, through September 11, 2022, as well as September 16, 2022, through September 18, 2022. But this may leave you wondering if progress will carry over from the Moonbreaker playtest.
The answer is no. All progress will be wiped after the playtests end. This means that you will not have anything unlocked or earned when early access begins. Unknown Worlds has confirmed that playtesters will have access to all season 1 units and captains for the playtest.
Will my paint jobs carry over from the Moonbreaker playtest?
While any progress you make in Moonbreaker will be wiped, the developer has confirmed that any paint jobs created in the playtest will carry forward into the early access release. This is good news for painting enthusiasts who cannot wait to get their hands on Moonbreaker and paint some digital miniatures.
The playtest primary purpose is to test the servers and push them to their limits before Moonbreaker releases in early access. Unknown Worlds warns that those in the playtest may experience issues, interruptions, or unscheduled downtime.
For more information on Moonbreaker, check out Is Moonbreaker multiplayer? and What is Moonbreaker? Release date, trailer, miniatures, and more on Pro Game Guides.