UPDATE 9/17/2010: We are pleased to be able to give away 500 additional keys for the Vindictus Early Access Beta program. Please follow the directions below to get your key.
Once you register your Vindictus beta key, you should receive an email with two additional keys to share with your friends. We encourage you to visit our forum thread to share the love. Thank you for your patience. We hope you enjoy the beta!
- Tyler Nagata
UPDATE 9/16/2010: We have run out of keys to distribute for the Vindictus Early Access Beta program. But don't panic! We have just contacted Nexon and it sounds like there’s a good chance that we will be able to receive more keys soon.
If you already have a beta key, you should have received an additional key to share with others. So in the meantime, we’ve set up a forum thread so that folks can share their keys with others interested in playing.
Thank you for your patience. We will update this article again as soon as we hear back from Nexon.
It’s easy to overlook quality free-to-play titles. That’s why we’re excited to give away free beta keys for Vindictus, the latest title from Nexon. We think you’ll like it. A lot.
Vindictus looks incredible for a free-to-play game, mixing hack-n-slashy combos with Diablo-esque dungeon diving. That’s partly why GamesRadar gave Nexon America our award for the ‘Best Booth We Didn’t Expect’ at E3 2010. But enough talk. Scroll on down, get yourself a beta key, and try it out for yourself.
Above: While you’re downloading the Vindictus client, you can also check out our most recent hands-on preview of Vindictus
Above: Vindictus controls like an MMO, but it plays like a third-person action title
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