Mirage: Arcane Warfare, the brutal magic and melee-based multiplayer combat game, has just rolled out a huge new update, and to celebrate we’re giving away 15,000 Steam Beta keys!
As we mentioned during the previous giveaway, Mirage: Arcane Warfare (from the developers of Chivalry: Medieval Warfare) offers a gleefully brutal blend of first person magic and melee combat full of dismemberments, decapitations and physics-based ragdoll mayhem. It’s chaotic and fun, but also skill based, with different character types to master and fast paced combat that allows for dodges, blocks and counters.
The devs of Mirage: Arcane Warfare have just released Beta Patch 3, which offers a vast amount of additions, improvements and bug fixes, including nine new maps, a new character customization system, improved matchmaking and faster loading times. The movesets of Vypress, Alchemancer, Tinker, Taurant, Vigilist and Entropist classes have all been tweaked and the parry system and movement abilities have also been improved. You can find a full rundown of the features in the new patch here, but suffice to say, it makes for a tighter, smoother and more balanced multiplayer combat experience.
We have 15,000 Mirage: Arcane Warfare Steam Beta Keys to give away! To claim your key simply perform two of the actions in the widget below and your key will appear in the widget immediately. Please note that these are Beta keys (not Early Access Keys) that will give players full access to the Beta which will run for up until it closes a little before the full game’s release on Steam on the 23rd of May.
If you received a key during our last Mirage: Arcane Warfare Beta key giveaway then you’ll still have access to the new Beta build via Steam (there’s no need to request another key).
3 thoughts on “Mirage: Arcane Warfare – Steam Beta Key Giveaway”
I love this site for new upcoming games, but please post videos and stop with the GIFs… They are fucking awful quality!…….
Hi! Glad you like the site, the GIFs are here to stay though – they’re not replacements for videos they’re replacements for still images. Just meant to give you a very quick glimpse of what the games look like in motion. :)
Well everyone has his own taste but honestly i like GIFs of each game so i can easily interpret the level of graphics in the game. So i would prefer that it should be there as it is now.
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