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Gamespot Age of Conan PvP Weekend

Posted Wed, Apr 09, 2008 by Martuk

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How would you like to get a chance to help test the PvP for Age of Conan Hyborian Adventures and get a chance to preview some of the game? Of course you would and now is your chance. Gamespot in cooperation with Eidos and Funcom are hosting a PvP weekend. Sign up now and you may be one of the lucky 15,000 people who will be selected for this PvP testing weekend set to take place April 18-20. Registration starts today so sign up on the Gamespot forums for your chance at some PvP mayhem.

Here's your chance to battle like a barbarian!

Get a sneak preview of one of the season's most highly anticipated games by signing up for the Age of Conan PVP Beta Weekend, occurring April 18-20.

You'll be among the first to experience the barbaric world of Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures. Imagine an entire weekend filled with amazing and action-filled player vs player battles fit for the world's greatest fantasy hero.

Registration for the Age of Conan PVP Beta Weekend begins April 9 and we have 15,000 keys to giveaway. Invitees will be notified by email on April 16.

  • You can sign up and read the Gamespot announcement here.
  • Feel free to discuss this contest on our forums.

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