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Let me know if it says the keys are invalid...I got 3 extra through e-mail after the 2 I got from my founder's pack...if it says invalid I'll send their support an e-mail and they'll probably fix it...

Here's what the e-mail says to activate:

"
To redeem their Nosgoth key, your friends will need to know the simple steps below:

1. Go to www.nosgoth.com

2. Click the Redeem Your Key button

3. Enter the exclusive 18-digit access key as prompted


That's all the keys I have though, hope they work for you guys, if not I will e-mail their support.
Last edited by Psyborg on August 27, 2014 4:20 PM
I just got sent 3 beta access keys for Nosgoth. It's a 4v4 shooter, third-person, asymmetrical team balance (ranged humans vs. melee vampires...think L4D).

It's from Square Enix and uses the Unreal engine.

http://www.nosgoth.com

If anyone wants a beta key just post and say so, I'll PM the first 3 people who want one. Not that it's expensive to get into the beta...

Should have mentioned: It's a Steam game...
Last edited by Psyborg on August 27, 2014 9:04 AM
The feeling that this game has outgrown me, and moreso really that the community has outgrown me, has reached an apex where it's affecting my enjoyment. I've never felt like I was "too old" or too much of a "boring adult" to play a video game, until now.

With each power-creeping screen-clearing skill, or OP "over-max-isn't-good-enough" boss that comes out, with each time-gated/wealth-gated/RNG-gated content and build...the game becomes much less skill-based and much more time-based.

The elitism and VIPism is the worst I've ever seen in any game community. News posts haven't even been actually GGG lately, they're about streamers, VIPs, giving us info that GGG used to give us directly (and don't get me started about reddit). I feel that "professional gamers" rather than supporters have become the focus even though one shouldn't have to dedicate oneself in such a manner to be part of a "hardcore" gaming community. I've always hated elitism, hero-worship, and giving so much credit for ultimately meaningless bullshit. Maybe that's my hangup, but I'm allowed to feel that way, like I said the game has outgrown me. From what I hear from friends and other posters, many beta players share at least some degree of my sentiments here.

When I play an online game I like to be a part of a community. Being a supporter, contributing to discussions here, helping out newer players with questions...all used to make me feel like I was a part of the PoE community, but not anymore.

I'm not entirely quitting the game though but I'll probably play a lot less and only alone, on standard. I'm definitely quitting the community. Playing at "my pace" isn't good enough for challenge leagues and time-gated content, so I guess I'm considered "casual" now. Oh well, I have better things to do. Maybe when I finish my second college degree I'll be at least as successful, relevant, and respected as someone who sits in his mom's basement and plays video games 16+ hours a day.

Have fun yall.