Be one of the first to explore Mega City 2070 during our closed beta test.

Beta testers will gain access to the fully functional Mega City visualization prototype and have the opportunity to help shape the final product.

Interested? Review the eligibility criteria and expectations, then register. Our first wave of testers will begin their experience on Nov. 16, 2020.

There is still time to join this project and become a beta tester. We have extended the deadline to Dec. 1, 2020; however, space is limited, so please sign up promptly.

  • Eligibility

    Who is eligible to participate?

    • You must be an ASCE member.
    • You must be able to speak and write fluently in English.
    • You must have equipment that meets the technical requirements.
    • You must agree to complete required tasks within the allotted time. (You will receive tasks from the beta test manager once you have enrolled.)
  • Technical Requirements

    What are the technical requirements?

    • PC computers only
    • NVIDIA GTX graphics card. NVIDIA'S gaming line is labeled with GTX. The graphics card should be NVIDIA GTX 1060 or higher.
    • 8GB RAM or higher
    • i5 processor or higher
  • Frequently Asked Questions

    What do I have to do?

    If selected, you will receive an access key and instructions via email. You will be required to complete specified tasks and provide requested feedback to retain your access to the testing environment

    What is the time commitment?

    Beta tests are most enjoyable for those who love exploring new technologies. Completing the required tasks and providing feedback should require no more than 5 hours over the course of the test, but there is no limit to how much time you may choose to spend.

    How does the access key work?

    All those enrolled in the beta test will receive an email containing an access key. This key code is unique to you. It should not be shared with others. You will be required to log in using your key within a specified period to activate your participation. Failure to log in in the required time frame or providing the key to another individual will result in your key being deactivated.

    What if I encounter a technical problem during the testing period?

    Developers will be monitoring tester feedback during the test and will troubleshoot issues as appropriate. However, no direct technical support for individual users will be provided.


The deadline to register is Dec. 1, 2020.