ArcheAge Unchained extends its free trial into December


ArcheAge Unchained’s free trial program must be doing well for the MMO — or the studio wants to divert attention from other, more shadowy and warcrafty releases — because Gamigo announced this week that it’s extending the promotion through December 10th.

Originally, the trial for the buy-to-play title was scheduled to conclude on November 16th. Note that the trial period doesn’t mean you can play for weeks, but rather that you have until December 10th to claim a 72-hour play period from the Glyph launcher (with the code “FALLTRIAL”). You should also be aware that trial users will not experience labor regeneration until they decide to buy the product.

All versions of ArcheAge recently received the Rise of Nehliya update, which included more than eight but less than 10 quests, a new zone, and the farmhand system. The good news with that update is that this content came free to everyone.

Source: ArcheAge
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