T3 Entertainment will be launching the Open Beta for its online action-RPG Hellgate today in Europe and North America, starting at 7:30pm Eastern Time. Those who missed the closed Beta finally get a chance to experience Hellgate’s pulse-pounding fusion of action and role-playing as they take on the demons of Hell.

Hellgate will celebrate the Open Beta launch with four special events to reward and entertain the growing Hellgate community – the Guild Reservoir event, the Daily Supplies event, the To Level in Hell event and the Level and Be Rewarded event, each awarding top players with valuable prizes. Additionally, the Open Beta will feature two new game modes – the PvP Duel Area and the zombie-infested Cow Room. Finally, there is a special prize waiting for everyone upon entering the Hellgate today.

Players can access the Open Beta on the T3Fun site at http://hellgate.t3fun.com/. Have Fun!

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  1. GamingKatze on July 6, 2011

    This would be great I’d imagine, as Hellgate London was super fun. But the game refuses to work for me, the site adds letter/numbers to my password when I try to log in and it is irritating to the point where I don’t want to bother with this game at all.

    Oh yeah it’s not really F2P, the first act is but after that you’re going to need to buy tickets to continue on in game.

  2. WurlitzerCVP on July 2, 2011

    I am still waiting for my email verificiation, has anybody else been having this issue?

  3. omgwtf on July 1, 2011

    why wont t3 send me my freaking email verification

  4. Germaximus on July 1, 2011

    This games too awesome to not wanna spend $4 on it.

  5. Guilherme on July 1, 2011

    Muito ruim esse jogo, nossa nada a ver

  6. Artin on June 30, 2011

    this game should be taken off of this site its p2p now.

  7. Joey Clover on June 30, 2011

    FRIGGIN EPIC

  8. baconation on June 30, 2011

    if you have to pay just to get past the starting areas i can see the F2P community running away.

  9. thepitholl on June 30, 2011

    yap p2p is a bit fu*kt up 😀

  10. Zyromkiru on June 30, 2011

    $4 to play the rest of the game, kinda lame, not much money but still. I wish that I could play for free since I payed $50 for the game in 2007 x…x

    Fun game! Recommend, not sure how well people work together though.

  11. thepitholl on June 30, 2011

    the best news today

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