Nosgoth Beta Key Giveaway

GOOD NEWS – We have 25 Nosgoth Beta Keys to give away. Starting today on Facebook and Twitter , you can find us giving away codes for the game.

Why not get involved?

Meanwhile, for a bit of game background, why not take a read of this?

Let’s face it, Zombies are so passé in 2014 and there is a massive gap in the market for a good, old-fashioned. free-to-play multi-player action game that pits four humans against four vampires in a death-match where only one can reach the score limit first.

Developed by Psyonix, Nosgoth is a unique team-based, player-versus-player game pitting together a variety of brutal Human and Vampire characters in a fight for survival.  Created as a competitive, free-to-play title, in order to break down barriers between the creators and the players, Nosgoth doesn’t include weapons, items or abilities that are inherently better (aka supremacy goods).  All items in the Nosgoth in-game store are side-grades, not upgrades, to create a fair game experience based purely on skill.

Nosgoth is set in its own distinct era of the Legacy of Kain timeline and requires no knowledge of prior events. While empowering, it is, by no means necessary, so you don’t need to concern yourself too much if you missed out on Legacy of Kain: Defiance over a decade ago.  All you really need to know is that the two factions involved – Humans and Vampires – are locked in a bloody struggle to control the land of Nosgoth, a land they both share and call home.

From the moment the Sentinel grabs a human and says “let’s be friends” with echoes of the movie Jeepers Creepers, you know you are in for a bumpy ride, ultimately this leaves you with the simple choice of if you want to side with the vampires or the humans and we all know what you will want to do first.

Daryl Dixon the vampire years...

Daryl Dixon, the vampire years…

Humans have three classes to choose from: Hunter, Alchemist and Scout, and each class has its own weaponry and unique abilities. Whilst there are three classes of Vampires that are Reaver, Tyrant and Sentinel, all of which can be distinguished by their size.

About the author

Neil Hughes

My gaming journey began as an infant playing Pong, followed by an Atari 2600 with a beautiful wooden finish. Over the years, I progressed onto a Commodore 64, BBC B and my beloved Amiga 600 before entering the golden console years. It seems that if you write with an opinion criticising any platform you are now instantly labelled a fan-boy but this ageing gamer loves the PS4, Xbox One and Steam all for different reasons but if I see something I don't like, I might write about it...