Grab an Ironsight Trinitium Pack in honor of its free-to-play launch, courtesy of Gamigo and MOP!


Gamigo’s open beta multiplayer shooter Ironsight has passed a big milestone this week: It’s live on Steam, and it’s gone free-to-play to boot, meaning anyone can swing in and check it out.

“Today Ironsight also receives the content update Recovery, which offers two maps, a Capture the Flag mode, new weapons and much more. On the Map Station, players will fight fierce battles in the new Capture the Flag mode for the flags that decide victory or defeat in Ironsight. The extensive grounds of a Russian station also serve as an atmospheric setting for other game modes such as Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy and Frontline. The second new Map Discovery is an industrial playground surrounded by dense jungle. Thanks to the update, players can try out the new assault rifle Type 89 and the tactical drone FlyTrapin their first Steam match. Its name already reveals a lot about the way this defence drone works: It catches grenades like flies in the air. With Recovery, gamigo introduces the second season of the Iron Pass, which offers new missions and exclusive rewards for professional mercenaries.”

To celebrate the release and make life a bit easier for newbies poking their noses in this week, Gamigo has granted MOP a stack of keys for the Trinitium Pack for you folks to use in-game – it’s worth about $10 on Steam and includes Desert Primary Weapon Select Box, Woodland Primary Weapon Select Box, a repairable Alligator M39 EMR, 100 CHIPS, and week-long 30% boosters for GP and XP.

Click the Mo button below (and prove you’re not a robot) to grab one of these keys!

No keys left! Sorry

Here’s how to redeem your code:

  • Visit Ironsight’s official site and log into your account – you’ll need to create one first if you haven’t got one!. (This is a tracked link, not an affiliate code. We don’t make money from it.)
  • Then redeem your key on this page and you will receive the item in the game.

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.

Good luck and have fun!


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Having a great time with this game! It’s got the counter-strike game mode (plant/defuse bomb) that I miss, but with modern graphics and gameplay… Excellent game! Be sure to go into the pay shop and find the freeminum game pack before you buy any guns (it comes with a couple, I ended up buying the same one twice).

Anyway, great game, thanks for the key!


I came in to see if this game was a looter shooter MMORPG, sadly for me it’s not. That got me to thinking though, why are there so few?

In fact the only non-instanced one in the West that I can think of is Defiance. I played the heck out of Defiance and so the “let’s do the minimum we can and re-launch it” Defiance 2050 isn’t of interest to me. Why aren’t there more of these though?

We have Warframe, but it’s not a looter shooter (you don’t find guns you make them and they don’t have random stats, they have set stats that you can level and mod etc) and it’s instanced and only for small groups at a time if you even choose to join them. Waframe is an awesome game but it’s mostly a single-player experience that you can expand to a minimally multiplayer one if you join groups (and I also played it too much too).

There are a few more shooters but again they’re mostly single-player, instanced with the ability to join groups if you want. They’re built around single-player experiences really. I can’t think of others like Defiance where you have 50-75 people showing up attacking these world bosses and stuff together, and are all over the big map together with lots of other people finding lots of equipment and such.

Destiny 2 is basically doing your own thing and seeing a few people in passing. Small multiplayer instances where you don’t need to really do that much with other people unless you join groups and chose to. They try and make it sort of feel online but it’s small instances of a few people.

Why is Defiance really the only open-world looter shooter MMORPG we have? Why do people try the same fantasy games over and over rather than something different?


Maybe they aren’t very interesting to people? I played Defiance, but I got bored quickly, thought the gunplay would keep me as I play competitive FPS and my skills would help me perform better, sadly not. I played Destiny 2, but got bored of the questing part, tried to focus on PvP only as it also dropped loot after a match, but the PvP is gear-related so it’s kinda boring, and I quit that too. Warframe is also something I tried, but also quit due to how repetitive it felt.

To a certain extent, Battle Royale games are a variety of a looter shooters. Also there is Escape From Tarkov, which is considered very realistic and some people praise it.

Destiny 2, Warframe and Defiance are literally MMORPGs that have shooter mechanics rather than melee/action/spell combat with tab-targeting or something like that. Destiny 2 and Warframe are specifically very similar to Path of Exile in terms of gameplay, only the approach is different, Defiance is more like an MMO FPS.

As for the giveaway in question, the game is beyond mediocre, don’t bother with it.