And the time has come everyone. Piranha Games has just revealed that the closed beta phase of MechWarrior Online is a go and the first invitations for it have already been sent, so check your inboxes. If you haven’t already signed up visit the game’s official website to apply. There have been changes to the Closed Beta application, therefore you should update your beta profile. Profiles with higher levels of completion will be considered first so waste no time.
Set in the year 3049 during the early stages of a massive interstellar war, MechWarrior Online puts you in command of the most powerful war machine to ever walk the field of battle, the mighty BattleMech. Command your Mech and customize it to suit your battlefield role; upgrade systems, replace weapons, and tweak armor with endless options.
MechWarrior Online lets players command at will: go head-to-head online alone or with friends in high-octane Conquest and VS modes. Band together and form your own Mercenary Corp, invite friends and battle other player-made Merc Corps for prestige and power. Pledge your allegiance to one of the five great houses and fight for control of precious Inner Sphere planets.
MechWarrior Online promises to deliver a rich online experience, rewarding everything a player does with experience points, C-Bills, unlocks, and recognition. Upgrade skills and refine your role in gameplay using an all-new leveling system, and up-to-the minute detailed player statistics allow you to compare, track and share your progress with other players.
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