Transformers Universe Begins Beta Applications And Reveals New Bots
The time is drawing ever nearer. The time to test your metal. The time when Transformers Universe opens the doors to a select few for an exclusive, early Closed Beta that begins this weekend. This first wave of closed, early access Beta play is strictly controlled and players will need to sign up NOW to be a part of it. This is genuinely a strictly limited opportunity to be amongst the first group of players in the world to get hands-on with the brand new Transformers Universe experience.
And, to help whet players’ appetites even more, Jagex are introducing two brand new transformers warriors before the Closed Beta kicks off — Front-Line and Conduit. These new transformers characters are exclusive to Transformers Universe and the only way gamers will be able to get to play them is to be a part of the Closed Beta program that kicks off over the weekend.
So just who are these new characters that fans will be able to take charge of and wreak havoc with? First up is Front-Line, a big Autobot brawler. He’s the first in, and the last out, of any fight. He’s a slugger with an instinct for mayhem. Armed with a mini-gun, axe and hammer attack, this is a bot that definitely shouldn’t be messed with. Conduit is a Decepticon who is part healer and part killer. He’s fully in touch with his darker side and, while able and primed to heal and keep his allies fighting for the cause, there’s no mistaking the lethality of his attacks.
If players want to be a part of the Closed Beta program, they can sign up now. Closed Beta goes live over the weekend of March 15 & 16, and entry is strictly limited to a first come, first served basis. For those lucky enough to make it in, a whole new Universe awaits you…
To sign up and be eligible to take part in the closed BETA please go to: https://www.transformersuniverse.com/signup and choose where your allegiance lies.
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