Did everybody get one of these closed beta invites to Bloodline Champions?
Because it certainly seemed like everybody I asked got one.
Granted, everybody I asked had, in some way, given their email address to FunCom in the past.
Often the way was somewhat tenuous.
I mean, the email said this:
Funcom would like to thank you for your continued loyal support by giving you free access to the closed beta for Bloodline Champions, a player vs. player arena game that will truly put your gaming skills to the test. Easy to learn, challenging to master – Bloodline Champions is set to become one of the most important games within its genre.
But in my case, continued loyal support seems to be the fact that I signed up for the Clan of Conan newsletter about a year before Age of Conan shipped… and that’s it. I never played the game. Nor did I ever try out Anarchy Online.
Not what I would call loyal support. I supposed I never clicked on the unsubscribe link for the newsletter, though that was mostly because it seemed to show up so sporadically.
And just in case you somehow didn’t get invite, each person who did also got two beta keys to hand out to friends.
Really, one of the most open closed beta I’ve seen.
Too bad the game doesn’t interest me in the least, important to its genre or not.
And what is its genre anyway?