Play Kritika Online’s closed beta today with one of our keys!

    
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En Masse’s action MMO Kritika Online is deep in the midst of its closed beta as gamers test its four class types, progression systems, and storyline. How does it play? You can check out our impressions of the game so far or our stream… or you can grab a beta key from us, which not only gets you into the beta until June 13th but includes a mini catspaw minipet.

Click the Mo button below (and prove you’re not a robot) to take one home yourself!

No keys left! Sorry.

Here’s how to redeem your code:

1. Create or log into an existing En Masse account
2. Download and install the game launcher
3. Open the launcher and log in using your En Masse account.
4. Click the “Redeem a Code” button on the Kritika Online tab of the launcher and enter your code to gain entry to the beta.
5. Your items will be delivered directly to your in-game Delivery Box.

Keys expire on June 13th when the event ends. Keys should work for players who can access the En Masse North American and European Servers, so folks in North America, South America, Europe, Russia/CIS, Australia, the Middle East, and North Africa. More details here.

Standard giveaway notes: If there’s no captcha or Mo button and all it says is “No keys left! Sorry” in big letters, then we’re out of keys. If we get another batch from the studio, we’ll send out a note on social media. Having problems with the captcha not working? Try an alt browser or clear your cache. And finally, hang on to your code! If you lose it after all of our keys are given out, we cannot retrieve it for you.

If we run out of keys, known that the game will be free-to-play come its eventual launch but for now is accessible through founder packs, the cheapest of which is currently on sale for $14.99, though you can put down up to $74.99 (also a sale price) for even more perks.

Good luck and have fun everyone!

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Zuldar

Word of warning, the game uses a energy system and has a number of questionable monetization methods.

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Vorender

Energy, as used in crappy mobile games? Thanks for the head’s up. That’s depressing…

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Zuldar

Pretty much, they’ve “modified” it for the western release though. Rather then being unable to play you simply get reduced to 10% xp and drop rates. Not sure if that’s better or worse though.

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Sorenthaz

It was used in games like Dungeon Fighter Online and Spiral Knights too, dunno if it still does.

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Vorender

I’ll fire it up. why not? The wife and I used to really enjoy Dragon Nest.

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StonerMk2

Oh….well then….no thanks. Theres a reason i dont play mobile games….aint got time for those shenanigans