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Thursday, 14 June 2007 17:31

200k on Warhammer Online beta

Written by Slobodan Simic
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First ten days


EA Mythic's MMORPG Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning beta received, as Mark Jacobs, vice president and general manager of EA Mythic described it, "phenomenal" interest. The number of registrations for beta testers for the first ten days, from May 30, hit 200,000 and has by now surely surpassed that number.

According to Mark Jacobs, "The team has been working incredibly hard on creating a genre-defining experience, and the beta signups certainly validate the direction we're taking the game. Player input and testing will be crucial in our efforts to complete the game, and we look forward to beta participant's help in shaping Warhammer Online".

You can still register for the beta here, and the game should arrive in the Q1 2008.

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