WildStar Now Available for Pre-Order

WildStar is the kind of game that needs very little introduction. Since it was announced, it’s been dominating the minds of MMORPG heads all over the world.  And as we approach the official launch of the game, it is now available to pre-order. Over the past year Carbine Studios has doing livestreams on Twitch and uploading them to YouTube so that everybody can get a feel for the classes, races, and a general sense of the gameplay. And the response has been amazing.

If you’re one of the many people that have not heard of this game, do yourself a favor and check it out. Despite being a new contender in the MMORPG space, there is a lot to offer here. The game takes customization to a whole new level, and the sci-fi aesthetic, though not completely new for MMORPGs, is definitely welcomed because of all of the ways you can make this sic-fi world yours. Let’s let the game speak for itself.

Okay, so you want to get the game but don’t know if you should pre-order, right? Pre-order the game. In addition to gaining early access to the game (three days prior to the official launch of the game, May 31st), you’ll gain access to several closed and open betas and several exclusive pieces of content: a Rocket House, a mini-ship housing decoration, and storage bag that increases player inventory by ten slots, and the ability to name your character and guild before everybody has access to the game.

WildStar launches on June 3rd for $59.99 (standard edition) and $74.99 (deluxe edition). Each version comes with 30 days to play the game, and there will be a monthly subscription offered. But, they also operate under the play-to-pay model, which lets you use in-game recourses to redeem more game-time. Not bad, you should check it out.

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