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Post by Eorl @ 03:51pm 30/07/14 | 3 Comments
Trion Worlds' attempt at bringing over Korean open-world sandbox MMO ArcheAge will soon be heading into the second closed beta weekend early tomorrow morning, allowing those who have grabbed a Founders Pack or been lucky enough to snag an invite the chance to help test the game's content.

ArcheAge's second closed beta weekend will begin July 31st at 3:00AM AEST, and will run through to August 5th. Like the first closed beta weekend, the game will be pretty much open to entire exploration, though Trion's work on Westernising the game is still underway so expect some bugs and glitches.

ArcheAge is expected to launch on Western shores sometime later this year as a free-to-play MMO. To find out what our community thought of the past weekend's event check out the forum post over here.

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Posted 08:35am 31/7/14
My brother has been looking forward to Archage since he first heard about it. Finally he made it into CBE2, downloaded it, installed it, loaded it up and his GPU fried and took his motherboard with it. He's a sad puppy now.
Posted 09:07am 31/7/14
Ouch, Damo. Poor bastard XD

I mean, that's totally hilarious in an evil way, but a small part of me feels bad.
Posted 05:23pm 02/8/14
Poor dude.

Tell him to get a gtx 780 ti :3 and a Asus hero motherboard. They are the s***
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