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ET: QUAKE Wars Beta Signups

The Enemy Territory QUAKE Wars on FilePlanet Page is now accepting sign-ups for the promised beta test of Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars. As was announced, this initial phase is for those with paying subscriptions only, while signups for those with lowly free accounts are still a few days off. An additional note is: "You must meet minimum hardware requirements to join the beta." Word from the ET Quake Wars Website is:

This is what you've been waiting for: The first batch of Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars Public Beta keys is scheduled to go out shortly via FilePlanet's ETQW Public Beta website! All you have to do is go to the URL mentioned below, log in with your FilePlanet account and, if keys are available at that time, you'll be able to claim yours along with the ETQW Public Beta Client. Please note that today's keys are for FilePlanet subscribers only.

So, here's the scoop for today:

Key Distribution Start: 10 AM Pacific / 1 PM Eastern / 1800 British / 1900 Central European
Key Distribution Website: http://www.fileplanet.com/promotions/quakewars/

If you have an IRC client, such as mIRC, come join us in #etqwbeta on irc.quakenet.org, the official ETQW Public Beta channel on IRC (or click here if you have an IRC client installed). A few of us Splash Damage and id Software guys are there right now to celebrate the long-anticipated launch of the ETQW Public Beta.

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63. Re: No subject Jun 21, 2007, 00:10 Animals for Crackers
 
I'm watching the original movie from that first E3 that was supposedly done "in-game" and I'm wondering what the hell happened to THAT particular game.

I said the same thing when Doom 3 came out. The alpha (which only lucky Geforce 3 owners could download and play), although obviously an alpha, seemed more scary/authentic (the way you encountered monsters was far more creative than the eventual closet-spawn crap) in parts than the actual finished product. You did have to play it though almost exactly like they did in the 11-minute demonstration vid but still had a blast.

Deep down I really am still hoping I won't be let down by this game.


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