Crytek’s Arena of Fate enters Closed Beta Phase, Gets New Trailer

Crytek announced today that its MOBA title, Arena of Fate, has entered its Closed Beta phase. Featuring fast and furious multiplayer action, Arena of Fate invites players to battle it out in 5 vs. 5 matches as they master the unique traits of famous figures such as Sherlock Holmes, Nikola Tesla, Cleopatra, and many more.

Matches in Arena of Fate are inspired by the competitive spirit and last-ditch drama of real sports, adding a unique twist to the MOBA genre as players fight to claim victory before a 20-minute time limit ticks away. Every point is precious, and the final score will be determined by each team’s ability to work in harmony as they unleash the distinctive skills of their heroes.

The game also includes a club system that paves the way for ongoing league challenges, tournaments, and enhanced matchmaking and social features.

Crytek’s Vesselin Handjiev, Managing Director of Crytek Black Sea, said:

“As die-hard MOBA enthusiasts, our team has worked hard to create a truly original experience for players. We can’t wait to see how the game is received during Closed Beta testing, and will put all the feedback we receive to good use as we further refine Arena of Fate ahead of its launch.”

Today also sees the release of a new Arena of Fate trailer, which shows off some of the legendary characters starring in the game and whets the appetite for the intense gameplay on offer.

Enjoy!

Arena of Fate Teaser Trailer

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