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Age of Conan Beta Signups

The Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures Website is now accepting signups for those interested in beta testing Funcom's upcoming MMORPG set in Robert E. Howard's Hyborian age (thanks TommyBALL). Applications are being taken on this webpage, and here's word:

Age of Conan will go through two beta tests: the Technical Beta and the General Beta. These will run simultaneously, though the Technical Beta will mostly consist of short test-runs that will be held sporadically during the coming months. The purpose of the Technical Beta is to test the various technical features of the game, such as server capacity and other technicalities. The General Beta will focus on gameplay and will be on-going.

Both parts of the Age of Conan beta will launch this spring and the sooner you sign up, the greater the chance you’ll have of actually getting invited into either parts of the beta. Know that by joining the thousands of Hyborian pioneers who first get the chance to explore the world, you will have access to certain benefits. For instance, your character in the final version of the game will be awarded a token of appreciation for your services.

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16. Re: No subject Apr 3, 2007, 16:03 MindTrigger
Wait... are you people saying that LOTRO actually turned out GOOD?? I haven't tried it, but I assumed it was pure garbage. I would love to pick it up if I could see a few more good reviews.

I just hit 70 in my one and only WoW toon. I've been playing it casually for the past year, while taking a break from FPS games, waiting for Quake Wars or whatever. Now that I hit 70 and don't plan to grind rep or worry about endgame raids, I'm looking for something else to play.
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