Torn Banner Studios Announces Open Beta for Mirage: Arcane Warfare
Beta Now Open to Public, Includes Brand New Arena Mode
TORONTO, May 11th, 2017 – After a successful closed beta run, Torn Banner Studios upcoming magic ‘n melee multiplayer combat game Mirage: Arcane Warfare is opening its doors to a wider audience of gamers with a new Open Beta, beginning today and running until May 14th. This will be the final beta before the game launches on May 23rd. Gamers can instantly play the new Open Beta by visiting the Mirage: Arcane Warfare Open Beta page starting now.
Featuring the current roster of nine maps that are cycling through the beta, as well as the latest gameplay and technical improvements to the still-in-development game, the Mirage: Arcane Warfare Open Beta will also introduce a brand new gameplay mode called Arena. The new Arena mode is a 3-on-3, last-man-standing style competitive tournament mode that takes place on an entirely different set of smaller, more close-combat maps. The final game will ship with six Arena mode maps, but two are included in the Open Beta: Spire and Tunnel.
Fight on the top of a huge monolith. Bait your opponents to the perilous edges of the tower – then shove them to their doom!
There’s only one path to death in this long, narrow level. Meet your opponents in the centre, using wall-jumps to gain the higher ground in this claustrophobic corridor.
Due for worldwide release on May 23rd, Mirage: Arcane Warfare is currently available for pre-order for $29.99 for the Standard Edition and $39.99 for the Special Edition via Steam.
For more information please visit MirageArcaneWarfare.com or the game’s Steam page. Like their game’s Facebook page and follow it on Twitter @MirageGame for future news and updates.
About Torn Banner Studios
Torn Banner Studios is a small indie games studio that makes BIG games. Based in Toronto Canada, Torn Banner Studios was founded in 2012 by a group of passionate game developers who are dedicated to creating powerful and unique games for a dedicated audience of fans. The nucleus of the team first came together from a group of modders who created a well-known Half-Life 2 mod called Age of Chivalry. Their first full game, Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, was a critical and commercial success and has driven the dedicated team at Torn Banner to continue to develop great games and ongoing content for their passionate community of fans. For more information visit TornBanner.com or follow @TornBanner.