In the not-so-distant future, finances are grim. Very grim. So much that large corporations are actually granted immunity from prosecution to protect them from, well, nasty things like legislation. Unsurprisingly, the result of this is troublesome at best, war breaking out all over the place. What a mess, and the only one who stands a chance at cleaning it up is a corporate assassin. A so-called Hidden Asset.
No questions are to be asked, targets taken down as requested, payment delivered as agreed. Doesn’t matter who the target is or where. If you have to blow up an entire office building in the process, then so be it. Actually, no. That’s not how your employer operates, and by extension, neither shall you. Steath is key, disguises your friend and shadows your second home. That is, once potential bugs and glitches have been ironed out, which is where the whole alpha testing comes into play.
But before you get to help with that, you’ll have to sign up for a forum account, request membership of the “Hidden Asset Alpha Tester” group, and then… wait for approval. Come to think of it, since the developer has detailed the entire process quite nicely already, there’s really no point in me repeating / rewording it. Oh and remember, whatever anomaly you come across, no matter how small, is worth reporting. That is after all the whole point of a semi-public pre-release test.