Posts Tagged ‘beta’
Destiny will enter beta for PS3 and PS4 owners on July 17th. There are some other dates you should keep in mind as well.
Exciting news on the MMORPG front. Dungenons and Dragons: Neverwinter developers, Cryptic, have released a statement saying that on February 8-10 and March 8-10, beta access to Neverwinter will be available to players accross North America and Europe. This highly anticipated, free to play, addition to the MMORPG genre will be available to all players that wish […]
A revamped version of Final Fantasy XIV, Square Enix‘s MMORPG, is opening up its beta version for fans who want to give the title another go.
The public will get their first taste of Crysis 3 when the multiplayer goes to open beta later this month.
Announced on their official Twitter feed, sign ups for the SimCity beta are taking place right now!
Thanks to our partners at Raptr, you can get a beta key for the upcoming RTS StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm.
Yesterday, SOE opened registration for Everquest II’s newest expansion, Chains of Eternity, the ninth in the game’s history.
Valve has announced a major update to their Steam platform entitled Big Picture that allows a more TV friendly version of Steam.
Team Fortress 2, Blacklight: Retribution, and Tribes Ascend are some of the most popular free-to-play shooters today. They please the masses with fast action, loud guns, and the occasional antics. Now, Ubisoft has come into the F2P market with a shooter that delivers a different pace and approach to F2P multiplayer combat — Ghost Recon […]
Good news, StarCraft II fans! The beta for the upcoming expansion Heart of the Swarm is now live!
Developed by veterans of BioWare and social networking platform Empire Avenue, GamrCred is a brand new system that agglomerates all of a gamer’s play, say and respect within their communities and combines them all together to create an ultimate reputation rank.
Ubisoft announced earlier in the week at Gamescom that Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Online has entered Open Beta.
Developer The Farm 51, composed of industry veterans whose work includes the original Painkiller, are releasing a new game in the series, but it’s not what you’d expect.