We are always glad to know that you are excited regarding our new features in 8 Ball Pool. In this article we will clarify to you which players can have access to all features and why. We will also provide information about how to get the beta version. 😊
Do all the players have access to the features at the same time?
Unfortunately, since most of our releases bring big exciting features, it isn't always possible for all of our players to have all the features at the same time. However our team always makes sure that everything gets ready worldwide as fast as we can.
If you want early access to our features you can sign to our Beta tests. Sadly the Beta is only available for Android users. We kindly ask you for your patience and to keep an eye on our social media to have more news about it.
Also - according to our development team - even if you are assigned as a beta tester, different players can experience different promos/tables/features available. Sometimes you can have specific promos/tables/features, other times you'll have a limited number of them. It's a random thing, so we hope that you have some patience regarding this. This will ultimately help us to improve the video game for you!
All of your feedback and suggestions will be very important! We always want to improve our video games considering what you love/hate about them, as well as your great suggestions.
How can I sign to Beta tests?
To get the beta version of one of our games, you will need the public version installed. To check if there is currently a beta version available:
- Open the Google Play Store .
- Find the game app you're looking for and tap it to go to the app detail page.
- Look to see if the app detail page mentions a beta version. Make sure you scroll down as this information could be at the bottom of the page.
- If it’s available, tap I'm in Join.
You can get more information at https://support.google.com/googleplay/answer/7003180?hl=en
Keep in mind that beta versions will have limited slots to enter, and using an APK won't be allowed, giving Miniclip the right to ban the accounts who use it.
We understand your frustration if you're not able to be part of our beta testers, but a closed beta needs to be limited to a certain number of players in order for us to particularly access all the issue the players experience with the depth this new feature requires.