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Tuesday, 18 September 2007 13:46

?Hellgate London? beta sign-ups begin

Written by David Stellmack

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Flagship accepting game testers

 

While the actual release of the upcoming game “Hellgate London” for the PC will not actually ship until Halloween, Flagship Studios is accepting willing beta testers via their Web site.

Since sign-ups started earlier today, their Web site has been slammed for this upcoming title from the team responsible for the Blizzard hit, “Diablo.” This combination role playing FPS title will allow those accepted into the beta access to the game until October 7th.

The game is set for release on October 31st and is available for pre-order from retailers for US$49.99 for the Standard Edition or US$59.99 for the Collector’s Edition. The game is expected to be rated “M” for mature audiences and will require payment of a US$9.95 per month access fee in addition to the price of the game. Those who take the plunge and pre-order will have the ability to purchase a lifetime subscription to “Hellgate London” for US$149.99, and will also receive exclusive armor dyes for the characters in the game.

Click here to go to the beta sign-up Web site.



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