The wait for End of Nations is over. NVIDIA and HotHardware are inviting you lucky readers to join the global conflict in Trion's End of Nations closed beta weekend on August 10-12th. Wage sprawling 56-player battles in this year's most anticipated MMO real-time strategy game for three action-packed days, absolutely free! To get started, gear up with the ultimate weapon —an NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics card—then comment here, shoot us a note at this e-mail address and we’ll respond with your game key!
We’ve got 50 keys up for grabs! It’s first-come, first-served, so if you want a key, be sure to hit us up right away, before they’re all gone. In the meantime, here’s some action from End of Nations to whet your appetite... About End of Nations Fight a persistent global war of unprecedented scale in End of Nations, the revolutionary massive online strategy game from Trion Worlds and Petroglyph Games. End of Nations is a groundbreaking new online game where you fight monumental battles online for global control of a massive persistent world. Join allies from around the world to bring down the oppressive Order of Nations, or take on the opposing faction in epic battles of over 50 players, where one Commander can impact the ongoing conflict and every victory matters. As your skills and tactical experience grow, you will earn and unlock new units, abilities and super weapons to build and customize your ultimate army. Gather your forces, plan your attack, and lead the way to true global domination.
Sure, why not. Count me in. Running a GTX 470 here, the thing's a trooper. That video made me want to play Supreme Commander again...
Im in. I don't see why not :D
MMORTS? .... I'm in :)
My GeForce GTX 690 will love this :)
Count me in - I want to see if I can get it to work properly with Wine.
You're such a Wine-r.
Count me in too please! xD
Would like one too
Ill take one
Everyone that's written in to this point should have their keys...
Oh, and tell your frieds that may be interested--NVIDIA sent over 100 keys, so we've got an additioanl 50 to go around.
Count me in..Thanks
Would like to check this out too have a pair of EVGA 560Tis (SLI)