CRYSIS: Multiplayer Beta for Crysis and limited Beta Key hunt

CRYSIS: Multiplayer Beta for Crysis and limited Beta Key hunt

Multiplayer Beta for Crysis and limited Beta Key hunt

Good bad news! Always expect the unexpected! Without any prior announcement of publisher EA or developer Crytek the Multiplayer Beta has on the quiet started on Fileplanet.com last night. The Multiplayer Beta has 1,2 GB in size, but to get the Crysis Multiplayer Beta you have to be registered at Fileplanet.com. But no need to hurry: The first batch of Beta Keys is already distributed. Though there are three more batches announced, it will be hard to grab one. Anyway the motto is: ‚Go Hunting‘ – Good luck, soldiers!

UPDATE: Currently the second Batch for BETA Keys is OPEN – 17. September 2007 / 21:31 CET +1 – But for subscribers only!

[17.09.2007 19:22:51] :
** CRYSIS BETA KICKS OFF TODAY **

You heard it on Comrade first: Monday at 10:30 AM Pacific Time (1:30 PM East Coast, 17:30 GMT) FilePlanet subscribers will be able to take a crack at one of the most anticipated games of the year: CRYSIS.

Boasting an absolutely incredible graphics engine capable of rendering dense jungles and spectacular gunfights, Crysis looks to set the bar for first-person shooters to come. This beta allows you to take in the multiplayer gameplay, where futuristic U.S. and North Korean forces collide amidst the discovery of alien technology.

KEYS ARE LIMITED and are expected to go fast. Click the link below to see if any keys are available, and stay tuned to Comrade for future key announcements!
http://www.fileplanet.com/promotions/crysis/beta/

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Man Dies After 72-hour Marathon Gaming Session

Man Dies After 72-hour Marathon Gaming Session

Man Dies After 72-hour Marathon Gaming Session

JM (17.08.2007) – Chinese media are reporting that a 30-year old man is dead after a three-day of non-stop Internet gaming. The 30-year old man was playing games at a cyber café in Guangzhou and he was rushedt o hospital after he collapsed, but revitalization failed. Currently it is not clear, which game the man played continuously for about 72 hours. The 30 year-old is not the first to die after prolonged internet use. Earlier this year Xu Yan, a local teacher from Jinzhou in Liaoning province, collapsed after spending almost 15 days playing online games.