Shack Giveaway: Killzone 3 Beta Keys

By Brian Leahy, Oct 26, 2010 11:00am PDT [Update - 6PM] The contest is now closed. Winners are: ProdigyXL, JN25WIL, lordincubus, Reddog178, xheri17, blackMamba1187, Heffa246, eznark, nugget3p, KillaAssassin11, SolidGearZero, JMartNWA.

[Original Story] Shacknews is happy to giveaway twelve keys for the Killzone 3 beta, which kicked off yesterday. "You'll get a good taste of the multiplayer mode, including its brand-new Operations game type, party system, and jetpack and exoskeleton vehicles," explains the PlayStation Blog.

To enter, simply follow the instructions below. Winners will be notified via Shackmessage after the contest is closed and winners are determined.

Here's how to enter the giveaway:

  • Leave a comment.
  • You must be 18 years or older and have a US region PSN account and compatible PlayStation 3.
  • Limit 1 entry per person (Only your first comment will be counted.)
  • The entry period ends at 6:00PM CT today (10/26/10).
  • At that time, we will randomly select twelve (12) winners to receive one (1) code for access to the North American Killzone 3 beta.

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  • I was in a trance playing Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition last Tuesday, and didn't notice the PlayStation store had been updated for 20 minutes. I downloaded the Killzone 3 theme, but apparently wasn't one of the first 5,000 US PlayStation Plus subscribers to do so. So, I didn't get an email yesterday with a beta key.

    I nearly won a beta key some small video game blog was giving away on twitter earlier today. I entered the code a few seconds after the tweet with the key was posted. A Killzone 3 Beta Website Access prompt showed up on my screen. Success! Or so I thought... I clicked Continue, and a Killzone 3 Beta (Product Voucher) prompt came up. Then, I clicked Continue, which brought me to a Terms of Service confirmation prompt. Next, I clicked Confirm, only to see... An error has occurred. (80023102) :( It seems that the brief inner celebration of my assumed victory allowed another follower to sprint past me and blast through the confirmation prompts into the beta.

    Receiving a beta key from you guys that I could calmly redeem without having to worry about keyboard competing in a free-for-all with nearly 200 twitter followers would make my entire week.