Carte begins closed beta
GamesCampus has launched the closed beta test for Carte, its new online trading card game.
Closed beta will allow players to build their first customized decks, practice in battles against the AI, and team up with others to fight bosses in Raid Mode. The beta will also introduce Carte’s crafting system, which allows players to break, construct, and transform cards. Players can look forward to several events and tournaments during the test, and all closed beta testers will receive a special Collector’s Edition card.
GamesCampus also publishes Asda 2 and Scarlet Legacy.
Carte Gameplay Screenshot
GAMESCAMPUS’ CARTE SHOWS ITS HAND IN CLOSED BETA
Carte Doles Out Starter Decks To Lucky Closed Beta Testers
Sunnyvale, Calif. (February 23, 2012)– Deal me in! Leading online game publisher GamesCampus.com (www.GamesCampus.com) today unleashes the hotly anticipated closed beta for their first global online trading card game, Carte. Players can head over to http://carte.gamescampus.com to view the full website unveiled today, and check out the latest buzz about what’s in the cards for the beta period.
“We’re incredibly excited to launch the closed beta for Carte and we look forward to it being one of the most successful trading card games of all time,” said Chris Ahn, Head of Marketing at GamesCampus. “We’ve been showing off the amazing card art on our forums for weeks and players are dying to get in-game and try them out – and now they finally can!”
Carte is a fast paced global online trading card game. Choose a Hero, build a deck and launch into exciting battles with fierce weapons and allies. Create and master endless strategies with an arsenal of spells and creatures to conquer your opponents. With an easy to learn system coupled with a user friendly interface, Carte is ready for new players as well as grizzled TCG veterans and everything in between.
In the closed beta, players can battle head to head with their own customized decks, hone their skills against the AI, or team up against challenging bosses in Raid mode. Raid mode bosses each feature unique challenges and only the most finely-tuned decks will be able to defeat the strongest of them. Players will also be able to break down, construct, and transform cards with Carte’s crafting system. With its various game modes, huge array of cards, crafting, and tournaments, Carte offers limitless content. Closed Beta will feature events and tournaments rewarding cards for the game’s launch, and everyone in Carte’s closed beta will receive a Collector’s Edition card just for participating!
Interested players can sign up for a chance at a beta key, or can visit any of Gamescampus’ MMO partner sites, who will be giving away keys starting today. Gamescampus will be offering additional previews, deck building tips, and even some keys on the official Carte Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/CarteGlobal
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