Enter to win a Conqueror’s Blade closed beta key from My.com and MOP

    
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My.com’s free-to-play massively multiplayer action MMO Conqueror’s Blade has this fall begun the extended siege testing period of its closed beta and is hoping to attract some fans of medieval warfare to test during these weekend events with today’s giveaway: Yes, My.com’s granted us a number of closed beta keys to hand out to our readers! These keys should get you into all future closed beta periods, including future siege weekends. This particular version of the game is aimed at North America and Europe, including the CIS region, so the codes will work for you only in those locations. Read on to enter to win!

For this giveaway, we’ll be using Rafflecopter to count the entries for us – make sure you’re entering the right one for your preferred console! You can earn entries in the giveaway by completing different steps in Rafflecopter; the question field is mandatory, but following us on Twitter, tweeting about this giveaway, and leaving a comment are optional and result in more entries. Rafflecopter uses javascript, so you’ll need to enable it to see the entry widgets below:

Twenty winners selected at random from the total of entries submitted to Rafflecopter will be contacted via email by Massively Overpowered to receive a closed beta code for Conqueror’s Blade. Entrants are subject to our official contest and giveaway rules and cheaters will be disqualified. Entries will be accepted until the giveaway’s end on Tuesday, November 6th, at 12:00 a.m. EDT (midnight Monday night). We’ll draw the winners and send out keys and redemption instructions by the following Wednesday evening (EDT), so make sure you’ve submitted a working email address in Rafflecopter.

Good luck everyone!

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Portus Magnus

dont really need much realism in game, thats the point of them

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Tom

Realism is not that important in my opinion, but it’s a cool addition if it’s done nice.

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Tommie Wiseau

Realism is important for creating special atmosphere in game.

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Sulean Barros

Dont need too much realism.

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Dwarf-Orc

20 whole keys, whoa, careful, lets not break the servers.

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Crowe

How important is realism to you in period warfare MMOs?
Well, realism is cool and all but I don’t want to be simulating a game where in RL history the combatants were suffering from some sort of bowel issue and were crapping themselves while fighting.

I’d much rather the body models for the characters *look* realistic than everything be actually realistic.

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flamethekid .

without realism the game loses out on the coolness that this was a thing in real life