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Get a Free Beta Key to Trion World's End of Nations

Attention all gamers: Nvidia has supplied Tom's Hardware with 2,000 beta keys to Trion Worlds' End of Nations game. We're going to be giving each and every one of these keys to our loyal readers.

All you need to do is visit the Tom's Hardware Facebook page, click Like, and then click the End of Nations beta tab. You'll need to give some permissions to the app on Facebook, but that's only so we can match your name to a unique beta key to make sure that you get your own and not someone else's code.

Please note that these keys are for closed beta weekend on August 10-12th.

Once you have your unique key, you must follow the instructions noted below:

1. Sign in or register here
2. Click on "Apply Code" tab
3. Enter code as supplied via Facebook app
4. Once the event starts, you will receive an e-mail with download instructions

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Marcus Yam served as Tom's Hardware News Director during 2008-2014. He entered tech media in the late 90s and fondly remembers the days when an overclocked Celeron 300A and Voodoo2 SLI comprised a gaming rig with the ultimate street cred.
  • NuclearShadow
    Sorry but not going to make a facebook account for this.
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  • bustapr
    im not really interested in this game since I dont like RTS games, but I can't deny this deal is very appealing to fans. from what Ive seen of this game, it looks very polished in this current beta stage.

    but this article is pretty halfassed. shouldve at least put in a trailer to let people know what this game is like before blindly heading over to facebook.
    Reply
  • tapnick
    Sorry but not going to make a facebook account for this.

    Couldn't agree with you more, I hate that everybody wants to filter opportunities like this through social networking. Is not being a loyal visitor of the site not qualify me enough that I have to like it somewhere else on the web.
    Reply
  • nukemaster
    NuclearShadowSorry but not going to make a facebook account for this.tapnickCouldn't agree with you more, I hate that everybody wants to filter opportunities like this through social networking. Is not being a loyal visitor of the site not qualify me enough that I have to like it somewhere else on the web.+1
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  • Miharu
    Agree with NuclearShadow.

    I don't really like the idea to give permission on my personal information for have a chance to win... a beta key.

    Also "Like" a group for get a beta key... it's so wrong.

    I prefer normal html page.
    So I won't participate.

    Better chance next time.
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  • jpishgar
    Hey there guys,

    It's not really a matter of wanting to force our userbase into the social media realm. For the most part, it's a matter of ease of access and expeditiousness. We can get the codes to you quicker and more efficiently through this method than any other method we have (at least for the moment).

    We do realize that some of you don't like Facebook and flatly refuse to engage on the platform, but we have to work with what we have available to us.
    Reply
  • jhansonxi
    MiharuAgree with NuclearShadow.I don't really like the idea to give permission on my personal information for have a chance to win... a beta key.Just practice your fiction writing skills. It's not like they're going to verify the info.
    Reply
  • xaed
    Played it in Alpha.

    While the concept is quite solid, for me the game feels like DoTA in a mech/tank package; the same way SWToR feels like WoW with lightsabers.

    It's worth at least a try for sure. I had a lot of fun with it, but have my mind set on GW2.
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  • Chainzsaw
    Hey there guys,

    It's not really a matter of wanting to force our userbase into the social media realm. For the most part, it's a matter of ease of access and expeditiousness. We can get the codes to you quicker and more efficiently through this method than any other method we have (at least for the moment).

    We do realize that some of you don't like Facebook and flatly refuse to engage on the platform, but we have to work with what we have available to us.

    What could be simpler than giving you our direct email address instead of going through some weird facebook app? Not trying to get anyones panties in a knot, but i'm tired of these "beta" tests having to all go through facebook. Not all of them, but seems to be quite a few lately.

    Is it not possible to get these keys via Tomshardware? For example - you send a private message to an official from this company - and they reply back to you via PM with the code.

    BTW RTS's are one of my favourite genres.
    Reply
  • RADIO_ACTIVE
    no thanks FB required lol
    Reply