Revelation Online starts open beta on March 6

Are you unwilling to pay for beta access but also desperately curious about playing Revelation Online? You won't have to wait much longer. The game's open beta begins on March 6th, starting in English only with French and German localizations to come afterwards. Early access, however, will start on February 27th, so if you do own an appropriate founder's pack you'll be able to get in on the action this month. Pretty shortly, even.

Players will also be able to access the name reservation feature starting today for owners of the deluxe founder's pack. Players who own a lower tier will be able to reserve their names starting on February 16th, so you'll have to let people who spent a little more get first dibs on xX_Naruto_Xx. There's also a new video showing off the Occultist in action, which... isn't really related to anything else, but it's still there for those who want it.

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rafael12104

Cool. I was part of Beta 1 and 2. It will be good to see the game launch ready. I will dabble a little so as to not spoil discovery during launch. I have decided to jump in and play this game for a while and see where it takes me.

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Mewmew

Honestly I'm not really that excited about games that are Open World PvP after a certain level across all servers. When I play an MMORPG it's just not the experience I'm looking for. I'm not looking to take away anybody's PvP servers, they can and should have them in most all games. But if they don't want to *also* give us a PvE server as an option (or the ability to opt out) I am not buying early access for sure, and won't be more than dabbling in the game a short time if even that much.

As I just mentioned I may try out the game for a very short time but I won't stay without a PvE option. I'm fine with games that have areas outside of the main quests that people fight over, that's great and fun and I even go in and take part sometimes, I just want my main world when I'm there to enjoy the story and co-operate with others to take down big bosses and things. I want good AI put into the creatures that we fight and work to be done more on story lines and things rather than PvP. But I digress, this isn't the spot to start up that old debate. Or maybe it is :P

The highest tier pack looks incredibly tempting to me too, a giant flying cat that can hold 6 people for a mount? I want it so bad! And yet I won't enjoy staying in the game after hitting level 40 and it turns into Open World PvP, so I won't be getting it. At least I don't have to stress about trying to get a name I like this time :D

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MrSaxon

I was SO excited for this game about a year ago. Since that time, reports from the Closed Betas have repeatedly kicked that enthusiasm in the balls to the point that, when I was given a key to the previous CB, I couldn't even muster the energy to activate it. I'll probably give the Open Beta a go, but I'm not expecting much.

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Mick the Barbarian

Another generic asian MMO?

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Vexia

Another generic comment knocking Asian MMOs?

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jay

Another generic comment, knocking the guy, knocking generic Asian MMO's? :)

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Vexia

This is a deep rabbit hole, indeed.

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smulb

Another generic comment about a deep rabbit hole? :)

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Rumm

Will open beta have full English translations, or are we just going to power into launch without being able to understand critical game functions because they're in another language?

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Wendigo Runner

That was my response when I saw the headline announcing that it's so close to release. How could they possibly have all of that translated.

What was that wushu game from Snail that still had most everything written in Chinese? Seems we're going to have another one like that.

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Vexia

I'm guessing that in the west, the number of available translators who specialize specifically in translating Chinese games (as opposed to Chinese literature, or patents, etc. where the jargon would be different) is a smaller pool than Japanese or Korean. I remember playing Korean MMOs around the late 2000s and early 2010s when it was common fairly for the translation to still be very patchy during closed or open beta.

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pepperzine

Just wanted to thank MoP again for the closed beta keys they had given out. It allowed me to test out the game, and form an opinion on the likelihood I'd play it in the future, without having to deal with the inevitable mess which will be launch day!

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