Ground Control 2 beta testers wanted
VU Games is looking for around 5,000 players from all over the world to participate in its Ground Control 2 multiplayer beta test.
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Vivendi Universal Games has today announced that it is looking for around 5,000 players from all over the world to participate in the multiplayer beta testing of Ground Control 2: Operation Exodus. Sign-ups are already being accepted via an online application form on the VU Games Web site and will continue through to the multiplayer beta start date of March 8. Gamers chosen to participate in the beta test will be required to download a 300MB application at the official Ground Control 2 Web site and will get to play as either of the game's two factions on two tutorial maps and two skirmish maps.
"It's extremely exciting to finally announce the multiplayer beta test for Ground Control 2," said Martin Walfisz, CEO of Massive Entertainment. "The development team has worked very hard for almost two years, and we're all anxious to hear the response from gamers worldwide. We hope that everyone will have as much fun playing the game as we are currently having in the office, and we sincerely appreciate all the feedback that we can get from the beta testers."
Ground Control 2: Operation Exodus is a futuristic real-time strategy game with a strong emphasis on tactical combat rather than on resource management. For more information on the game, which is currently scheduled for release in June, check out our previous coverage.