Gods & Heroes Free Trial Extended to Seven Days

Heatwave Interactive extends the free trial period for Gods & Heroes: Rome Rising to seven days.

Heatwave Interactive initially launched the Gods & Heroes: Rome Rising free trial period for three days, but because three just wasn’t enough, the developer has upped the time that you can play for free to seven days. Starting today, you can sign up for a free trial account and enjoy the wonders (and horrors) of Rome for seven free days.

Gods and Heroes Extends Free Trial Period to a Full Week

Attention warriors of Rome: Heatwave Interactive is now offering a seven day free trial of their massively multiplayer online role playing game (MMORPG),  Gods & Heroes: Rome Rising for players who wish to embark on a mythical quest of glory. Beginning Thursday, Sept. 1, new players can visit www.TryGodsAndHeroes.com to sign up and begin their adventure.

“We’d like to invite everyone curious about Gods & Heroes to spend a week sampling the brutality and glory of ancient Rome,” said Anthony Castoro, Heatwave CEO. “By extending the trial period from three to seven days, new players will have a chance to really dig into the heart of the game and we know they’ll like what they find.”

In Gods and Heroes, players assume the role of Demigods set upon gaining revenge against their ancient enemies, the Telchine gods. By utilizing a squad of minions and a vast arsenal of weapons, players can string together expert combat moves to overcome the Telchine and regain their glory.

Trials are limited to one per account, but players who choose to continue on in their quest can retain their account and will not lose any progress.

To read the latest guides, news, and features you can visit our Gods & Heroes: Rome Rising Game Page.

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