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ArcheAge

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Online Multiplayer
Publisher: Trion Worlds
Developer: XL Games
Release Date: Sept. 16, 2014

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'ArcheAge' Accepting Beta Sign-ups - Trailer

by Rainier on April 9, 2014 @ 4:37 p.m. PDT

ArcheAge introduces players to a fantasy sandbox world where they begin their journey on one of two continents: Nuia and Harihara. From there, everything else is up to the player, from what character they play, to where they go, and why.

Having gone through more than six years of development and nearly two years of closed testing, ArcheAge introduces players to a fantasy sandbox world where they begin their journey on one of two continents: Nuia and Harihara. From there, everything else is up to the player, from what character they play, to where they go, and why. The game promises to remove the restrictions that have hindered other MMORPGs, especially concerning character classes and skills.

Discover the world of Archeage where freedom rules in a visually stunning world you won’t forget. Forge your own path by building unique homes and castles or farms that support the economy while banding together to fight and defend your fortune in epic PvP battles. 

Alpha is an opportunity for a hand-picked group of ArcheAge fansite operators, livestreamers, and select community members to sample the game before launch but more importantly it’s a chance for us to learn from their experiences and test that our systems are interfacing well with the game.

This milestone brings us one step closer to releasing ArcheAge in the West, with only Closed Beta and Open Beta ahead of this year’s launch. Want to be part of the Alpha? Keep checking back for new ways to join this early test phase over the coming weeks such as contests, giveaways, and more.

Fans interested in signing up for the beta test can do so now.


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