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Path of Exile Public Stress Test Weekend

Path of Exile Public Stress Test Weekend - Wed Jul 25, 2012, 04:28 AM
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For the Gamers (other than poker) out there i thought u may be interested in this
Here's a Link To a New Zealand online Game that's under development(beta)

Path of Exile Public Stress Test Weekend
This weekend (July 27-29) the Path of Exile Beta servers will be available for public access! We've put up a page with answers to common questions about the event here. The last two public stress test weekends were a huge success, so we look forward to hopefully breaking some records this weekend!

"After two successful Public Stress Test Weekends earlier this year, The Path of Exile Beta servers will be once again open to the public for the weekend of July 27-29. Below is a list of answers to frequently asked questions, explaining the details of how it works.

How do I start playing?

Just create an account, download the client, then start playing when the public weekend is live! If you have problems, please post in the forums and we’ll try to help."

"Path of Exile is a free online-only action role-playing game set in the dark fantasy world of Wraeclast. It is currently under development by Grinding Gear Games in New Zealand. New players are being added continuously to the Closed Beta Test.
Game Features

Completely free to download and play
A persistent online world capable of supporting hundreds of thousands of players
A dark and gritty game world rendered from a fixed 3D perspective
Battle dozens of foes across a variety of unique areas
Randomly generated levels and items for extreme replayability
Online ranking and ladders for every game mode
Visceral combat with dozens of combinable skills
Battle in PVP tournaments for worldwide recognition"

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