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    Closed Alpha for PC Mod Tools has begun!

    For all you PC zombies fanatics, the wait for news about Mod Tools is finally over. Treyarch, just this morning, announced that they have invited a few members from the modding community to help them out. You can read the full piece below, and let us know what you think!

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    As of this week, we have started to roll out invitations to a few members of the PC modding community to participate in a Closed Alpha program.

    Preparing the tools for this kind of release takes an incredible amount of testing and iteration. We’re excited to have reached this milestone and to be able to provide the participants of our Closed Alpha this version of the Modding Tools to help us test them and lay the foundation for an Open Beta.  Once we are able to analyze the results of the Closed Alpha, it’s our intention to kick off the subsequent Open Beta stage of testing in the following months.

    During the next few months, you’ll likely begin to hear from the participants of the Closed Alpha about their experiences working with the tools and working with us. Along the way, we’ll also keep you updated. Please stay tuned to @Treyarch, @PCdev, and this blog page.

    Thank you for your continued support and interest as we continue to work on this suite of tools for the community.

    Sincerely,

    Treyarch

    Source: Treyarch




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