Project Gorgon warns alpha users that their free ride is ending

For a very long time now — we are talking years, here — Project Gorgon has operated a free public alpha to anyone who wanted to enjoy the game and test it out. But now with the launch of the title on Steam early access this month, that free ride is about to come to a close.

The team sent out notices on Twitter that it will be deactivating the standalone alpha client “in the near future.” This doesn’t mean the end of those players’ accounts; by purchasing the Steam version, a former alpha tester can link accounts and carry over his or her characters to the early access client.

Project Gorgon is charging $40 for its buy-to-play MMO. The title has accumulated over 100 reviews on Steam so far and remained in the “very positive” range of impressions.

Source: Twitter
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James Heimbegner

Spent the $40 and have no regrets. Have been having a blast with the game.

Solaris
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Solaris

Great MMO. Worth every penny.

Zariarn
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Zariarn

Brace yourself for all the hate because it’s no longer F2P.

Mewmew
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Mewmew

Half of those people somehow don’t even know their free clients are going to stop working even though it’s said so directly in front on the launch screen for weeks now. They’ve been on the game talking about how they got it free and laughing at the people who buy it on Steam.

I told them they were in for a rude awakening in a few weeks :D

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Bhagpuss Bhagpuss

Stiil waiting for a response to my email to support about my Steam key. Been more than a week now…

oldandgrumpy
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oldandgrumpy

Sorry to hear that you key went missing hopefully they will get back to you soon. Mine turned up a couple of days after they announced they had been mailed out.

Duey Bear
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Duey Bear

Ok Duey, finish FFXIV first, finish FFXIV first, finish FF…
Too many games, so little time.

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Fisty

Nice to see them keep in the positive ratings, but I never see it with anyone on Steamcharts, so I guess a lot of the playerbase hasn’t moved over to Steam yet?

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Dystopiq

Well of course. Long time fans and players the ones mostly paying the $40 so it’s not surprising it had good reviews