Exteel - Beta Test Signups

Exteel is an MMO featuring stylized action in a universe filled with robots on a far off world where the exiled survivors of a lost war struggle against each other for control of the planet's resources. Exteel features easy-to-access gameplay and a unique merging of strategic combat and high-speed action. If you are interested is joining the beta, NCSoft is now accepting signups.

Test your mettle in Exteel, a fully-loaded, futuristic shooter that puts you in control of a heavily armored, completely customizable mech. Playing a mercenary pilot, you'll charge into combat, destroy your opponents, and compete for total domination.

Modify your mech and stamp out the competition as you progress through intense player-versus-player battles - learn devastating special maneuvers, upgrade vital parts, and equip deadly assault weapons.

Lock onto the enemy - the next generation of mechanized warfare is here!

Features :

  • Customize your mech, upgrading key attributes like speed, endurance, defense and firepower to create a distinctive and deadly unit
  • Choose from a huge arsenal of weapons, from razor-sharp melee blades to devastating siege cannons
  • Learn brutal combat maneuvers to make the most of your arsenal
  • Engage in deathmatch and team battles that take place on a variety of terrains, from futuristic cityscapes to bleak deserts
  • Deploy tactical and strategic combat techniques to seize key campaign objectives
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Quote - gadean said @ #6
This game looks like a cheesy rendition of Transformers or GoBots. Totally lame.

Umm yeah you can totally tell who plays DAOC , GW , and most importantly WoW. This game is fresh and futuristic. The dragons and magic is a dying era, the less of that crap we see the better. Since The matrix online showed the world that a game can be fast paced (for those players from wow that can keep up) and be completely enriched with graphics, though mxo was a failure since day one, it's still a great game imo.. the only mmo worth playing at the moment. Huxley will take the market by storm, exteele may not. I'm just thankful that SOMEONE for god's sake can think beyond a damn wizard, dragon, or sword for once. Thank you Korea! Teach these Americans how to do it.

Quote - VoX said @ #6.1

Umm yeah you can totally tell who plays DAOC , GW , and most importantly WoW. This game is fresh and futuristic. The dragons and magic is a dying era, the less of that crap we see the better. Since The matrix online showed the world that a game can be fast paced (for those players from wow that can keep up) and be completely enriched with graphics, though mxo was a failure since day one, it's still a great game imo.. the only mmo worth playing at the moment. Huxley will take the market by storm, exteele may not. I'm just thankful that SOMEONE for god's sake can think beyond a damn wizard, dragon, or sword for once. Thank you Korea! Teach these Americans how to do it.

Umm, with WoW stationed near the top of the charts for god knows how long I think the dragons and fluffy wizard beards are still holding on. Although, it is nice to seem some originality in the MMO market. The robots slash MMO genre has been dominated by RF online so far, which for me was a grind fest and not worth the effort. I hope Exteel is something fresh & new...

Ladies and gentlemen, step right up. Spin, spin, spin the wheel of mediocrity! Which MMOG shall we be blessed with next?

I prefer guild wars to....wait hold on a sec *puts on flame retardant suit*....I prefer Guild wars to World of Warcraft, so I think I'll give this a go too.

Quote - Klethron said @ #3
PlayNC, they are the group behind City of Heroes, City of Villains and GuildWars.

Don't forget Lineage II, the ultimate grind fest.

Quote - Klethron said @ #3
PlayNC, they are the group behind City of Heroes, City of Villains and GuildWars.

They are Korean publishers, they didn't develop the games.