As a Roblox developer, it is currently too hard to test live servers while being undercover. When the creator joins their experience, a hammer icon is displayed by their name on the player’s list. When another person sees this, they often divert their attention from the experience and focus on trying to locate the creator or change their current gameplay behaviors.
If Roblox is able to address this issue, it would improve my development experience because it is too much of a hassle to log out of your current account and into the alternate account every time you want to see how player’s play your experience in live servers.
How the Incognito Mode will work:
Somewhere on the experience’s page, there should be a button to play in Incognito Mode. When the creator clicks this button, they join the experience on a brand new, unused account. The account’s username is randomly generated and untaken. Incognito Mode lets the creator play anonymously. When the creator leaves the experience, the account’s information and datastores are removed from the Roblox platform.
- No one can create an account with the same username as the incognito account as long as the creator is playing the experience in Incognito Mode.
- The incognito account cannot be searched for from the Roblox website.
- The incognito account has unlimited robux and can purchase anything that costs robux in the experience.
- The creator has no way of logging into/accessing the incognito account from the Roblox website.
- The Incognito Mode is only available to developers who’s experience has 1,000 or more concurrent players.