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8+ Project Slayers Private Server Codes

Project Slayers is a popular Roblox game created by Ouw0pp in 2020.

Inspired by the anime Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, this game has garnered significant attention since its launch.

Players explore diverse locations, from small villages to sprawling cities, and encounter eerie mountains and forests.

The game offers the choice to either support or oppose humanity, presenting players with numerous challenges.

With over 800,000 favorites and more than 240 million visits, Project Slayers has captivated a large player base.

Regular updates, including new dungeons, items, and gameplay elements, keep the game fresh and engaging for players.

This article contains a list of Project Slayers private server codes in Roblox, how to get them, and how to use them.

How to get a free Project Slayers private server

1. Survey Junkie

Survey Junkie is a fun and rewarding way to influence brands based on your opinion.

You can complete surveys to get cash rewards (up to $40) to purchase Robux for free.

The Robux can be used to get a free Project Slayers private server.

It’s one of the most trusted platforms with over 4.5 stars from more than 30,000 reviews.

2. Swagbucks

With Swagbucks, you can earn free gift cards and cash for things you do online.

You can earn points by shopping online, playing video games, answering surveys, and more.

Redeem your points for gift cards like PayPal cash to buy Robux.

You can use the Robux that you earned to purchase a Project Slayers private server.

3. LifePoints

LifePoints allows you to shape future products and services and get paid for them.

To get started, create a free account and discover how much they value your opinion.

After you’ve created an account, complete surveys, get points and redeem them for gift cards like PayPal.

You can use the cash that you’ve earned to purchase Robux to get a Project Slayers private server.

How to use Project Slayers private server codes

  1. Launch Project Slayers on Roblox.
  2. Select a character/save slot.
  3. Select the “Private Servers” tab in the main menu of the game.
  4. Enter the private server code and select “Join Server”.
  5. Wait for the game to load to start playing.

Project Slayers Private Server Codes

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If one of the codes above does not work or is not valid, it means that the server is most likely full.

If that’s the case, you need to try another code on the list.

Otherwise, the code is expired or you’re under 13 years old.

You can only join private servers if you set your age to above 13 years old.

In addition, you need to change your privacy setting to allow everyone to make you a member of their private server.

To do so, go to your privacy settings on Roblox and set “Who can make me a member of their private server?” to “Everyone”.

The list will be occasionally updated with new Project Slayers private server codes, so make sure to bookmark the page and check back later.

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