Guardians Of Ember Is "Free To Slay" And You Can Play The Beta Now
Back in August, Gameforge revealed that they'd picked up the publishing rights to the Action MMORPG Guardians of Ember. At the time, we speculated that with Gameforge being the new publisher, it was likely the game would go from b2p to f2p. Apparently, that is indeed the case.
Currently the game is in a pre-relaunch beta phase, but the website promises it is "free-to-slay" and invites anyone to register and log-in.
Of course, no official announcement has been made as of yet (We've been checking the usual places... Facebook... the game's forums...) but the client is readily available to download right now.
About the Author
QuintLyn is a long-time lover of all things video game related will happily talk about them to anyone that will listen. She began writing about games for various hobby sites a little over ten years ago and has taken on various roles in the games community.
You May Enjoy
Don’t Miss YouTube’s Biggest Live Gaming Event, “YouTube: Game On”
Prepare to Join your favorite creators in a live gaming event unlike any other.By Aspen Pash - 1 week ago
ARC Raiders, Embark Studios' F2P Co-Op Shooter, Has Been Delayed Until 2023
The game was supposed to release some time this year.By QuintLyn Bowers - 1 week ago
ArenaNet Kicks Off Another "Festival Of The Four Winds" Event And Debuts Balance Updates In Latest Guild Wars 2 Patch
The new player experience is also getting rounded out to enhance early gameplay.By Anthony Jones - 2 weeks ago
The Long Awaited Dragon Ball Super x Fortnite Crossover Event Is Here
Are you ready to go Super Saiyan?By Aspen Pash - 1 day ago
Swords Of Legends Online Update Introduces Hard Mode Demon Battlefield Raid, Bet You Didn't See That Coming!
The more difficult version of the Demon Battlefield opens today.By QuintLyn Bowers - 1 week ago
Yoshi-P Wants To Make An MMO From Scratch And Talks The Future Of The Final Fantasy Series
He thinks the “concept of online gaming will gradually disappear”.By QuintLyn Bowers - 2 days ago