Piranha Games has announced that its free-to-play mech action game MechWarrior Online will start its open beta test period on Monday, allowing anyone to play the revival of the MechWarrior franchise.
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Ahead of its plans to launch an open beta test, the upcoming free-to-play action game MechWarrior Online has announced it has already generated over $5 million in revenue for its pre-order bonuses.
We chat with Russ Bullock, president of Piranha Games, as he talks about their upcoming free-to-play online action-sim game MechWarrior Online that's due to launch later this year.
The Founders Packages for the upcoming online game Mechwarrior Online are now available to purchase, including a $120 packages that gives players access to all four of the Founders BattleMechs.
The closed beta for Mechwarrior Online has started this week and its developer Piranha Games has also announced plans to let gamers get an early start on purchasing content for the game.
Today's gaming news includes changes at GoG.com, Mechwarrior Online's graphics engine choice, a delay for Torchlight 2's release date, a new acquisition for Sega and more.
The MechWarrior gaming franchise is finally coming back via MechWarrior Online, an upcoming free-to-play online team based game that's scheduled for launch in the second half of 2012.