Hawken enters closed beta in two weeks – sign up now for a code

Hawken

By on October 15, 2012 at 5:52 pm

In just two weeks time, Hawken will have its first closed beta phase. The beta, which will run from the 26th to the 29th, will not include a non-disclosure agreement like the current alpha — so participants should feel free to share screenshots and game footage with their local gaming news purveyor.

Participants in the alpha will automatically receive invitations to join the closed beta. Others who are hopeful to join in can register for the beta here. Codes will also be given out via their Twitter and Facebook pages, so if you are keen keep at least one eye glued to those as well.

After its closed beta phase the game will go into open beta on December 12, when it will become compatible with the Oculus Rift, if you happened to pledge over $300 in the game’s Kickstarter to gain access to the early dev kit (like our very own Cas Bitton). Good times.

Source: Eurogamer

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Really enjoyed the alpha test, looking forward to the closed beta next week.

 

I can’t be bothered googling anything. What is this, Mechwarrior?

 

No Australian servers when I tried it. Shame.

 

mindsnare:
No Australian servers when I tried it. Shame.

How’s the ping though? Is it playable?

 

U can play single with bots using console commands.

 
Relaxed_Possum

Not that I’m allowed to say that I have played it. But I “imagine” that its too laggy for a hybrid between mechwarrior and cs

 
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