Utilizing Valve's new Early Access feature, Archeblade from Codebrush Games has opened its doors to players on Steam. Early Access is Steam's way for developers to release their games to the public before the product is finalized. Usually this means purchasing the game first, but since Archeblade is Free-to-Play it merely means players can begin progressing through open beta without fear of an account wipe.
CodeBrush CEO, S.B. Jin has stated "there is a lot more to implement" in Archeblade citing new characters, maps and game modes all in the works. Aside from some balance issues I experienced during the game's closed beta, there was a lot to like about ArcheBlade. What are your impressions of it?
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Michael Dunaway has been part of the MMOBomb team for years and has covered practically every major Free-to-Play MMO title since 2009.
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