Arena of Fate kicks off its closed beta at Gamescom 2015

Crytek is celebrating Gamescom 2015 by kicking off the beta for its entry into the MOBA genre, Arena of Fate, opening the doors for attendees and those that have signed up on the game's website.


It's been over a year since Crytek first announced its plans to step into the Arena of Fate. It now appears that the time for battle is now, as it has announced the official launch of the MOBA's closed beta.

As with most other MOBAs, Arena of Fate is a 5v5 affair that invites in many of history's greatest figures to do battle. This includes the great Sherlock Holmes, Nikola Tesla, and Cleopatra, among others. Games are held with a 20-minute time limit, with teams scrambling to finish with a higher score.

Gamescom 2015 attendees will have the first crack at the open beta, as will those that have previously signed up. Of course, there is still time to jump in. Those interested can sign up over on the Arena of Fate website. There is currently no timetable for Arena of Fate's final launch.

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