Skyforge begins second closed beta on March 24th

    
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This isn't a promo shot, it is literally this empty.

If the first week-long test of Skyforge just whetted your appetite, you’ll be able to get a second helping very soon. The game is kicking off its second closed beta test on March 24th; previous participants will be welcomed back and joined by new invitees. Even if you’re picking up where you left off, there’s plenty of new content in the second test to try out, starting with four new classes for you to unlock and use.

Aside from trying out Archer, Necromancer, Kinetic, and Slayer, players will have access to a new open world zone in Naori Island, 8v8 Superiority PvP, two new squad adventures, a new five-person dungeon, and the new CUBE-style instance dubbed Nedder Test Area. There will also be special PvP events taking place during the two weeks of testing. Would-be players who aren’t lucky enough to get into the tests but still want to participate should consider picking up a Founder’s Pack, which provides definite access to this and all future betas.

[Source: CBT2 Announcement]
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Crow God
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Crow God

Pst, CBT2 is March 25th, not 24th.

Joseph C
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Joseph C

Given that the game has decided to go forward with a “weekly stamina limit” in the form of weekly limiting your gain of the sparks you need to level up your classes and your credits, I’m going to give this game a big fat no thank you. Furthermore, when confronted by this, the dev made sure to make a point that no, it was not going anywhere, in fact they tried to justify it. As I see it, it’s Allods Team up to it’s old crappy shenanigans, doing whatever it can to try and force you into a pay wall. Why? Because they’ve already started advertising a “premium” service for a monthly fee, and one of the rumored bonuses? Lightening up the stamina system…

BKone
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BKone

Kirin Its endgame is pretty unique. Or at least the devs say so lol.

ClassicCrime
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ClassicCrime

okay… i loved allods so i decided to give this a try and picked up a cheap founders pack. immediately after buying it i got the message that started with “To learn more about the conttents of the editions…”
i can only see this ending well

Rozyn
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Rozyn

DJjazzy Rozyn ihatevnecks Wratts Some others described the combat in a good light, but yeah, if it’s just subpar then it won’t hold up as a lobby game. Of course, I am never impressed by video of combat, to me it always looks lame until I’m actually behind the keyboard playing it for myself. Probably won’t work though, too bad, a newer Vindictus in a magitech world could have been awesome.

Damonvile
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Damonvile

Rozyn ihatevnecks Wratts Yeah I like vindictus and warframe as the “murder box” type of thing. I wouldn’t consider either an mmo but good for what they are. If skyforge is like that I’m interested. Not everything has to be an mmo to be good. You just have to go in knowing it’s not going to be the mmo you where hoping for.

Pashgan
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Pashgan

ihatevnecks ArchDevi Shh, don’t spoil people’s never-ending sorrow with your facts.
Lately I feel like MMORPG comments sections on various sites has turned into “whiners anonymous” meetings + people state “facts” about games which they’ve never tried. Latest example: “5 person limit per instance” comment about a game after video clip showing 15 people killing open world boss.

DJjazzy
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DJjazzy

Rozyn ihatevnecks Wratts 
best part of Vindictus was the combat (and superb character models + armor). I haven’t played Skyforge but from all of the videos, the combat looks nothing like Vindictus

Rozyn
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Rozyn

ihatevnecks Wratts Wait, Vindictus in a good way or do you mean that as a negative? Because I kinda liked Vindictus for a while… I had no interest in the game until you made that comparison lol.

ihatevnecks
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ihatevnecks

ArchDevi The combat’s smooth, the game is pretty, and some of the classes have some interesting abilities. But yeah, it’s all very.. shallow I guess. All the small group (solo) missions I did were super linear “run along the path” things, felt like I was playing Final Fantasy 13. I quickly got tired of fighting the same few enemies too.