Topple Giants in Tribes of Midgard’s Final Open Beta Before Early Access
Play on Steam December 11 Through December 15
MONTREAL — Dec. 10, 2019 — Tribes of Midgard, the cooperative survival game from Norsfell where up to 10 players fiercely fight Giants during Ragnarök, debuts new content requested community features in the third and final open beta before Early Access from December 11 4:00 AM Eastern through December 15 at 11:59 PM Eastern.
Rekindle friendships and form new ones by banding together to defend your village from Giants on a warpath to Asgard in hopes of overthrowing the Gods. Prepare for the onslaught of evil by gathering materials for ever-more-powerful weapons and armor. Engage in hack-and-slash action combat and unleash devastating skills on dark elves, trolls, and creatures from Hel.
This last open beta includes a host of new features sure to provide the best tools any Viking needs to keep fighting until their last breath:
- New war chest to share items between other villagers
- Over 20 new enemies with unpredictable Spells
- 3 Types of merchants to discover in the wild
- Explosive jars to keep dangerous creatures at bay
- A new armor set and ways to gain experience
- New emotes and voice lines to communicate
- Mouse/Keyboard remapping options
- Admin rights to keep everything positive
- And much more
Tribes of Midgard’s last open beta before Early Access will be playable on Steam in English, French, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, Russian and Ukrainian and begins December 11 at 4:00 AM ET and runs until December 15, 11:59 PM ET.
“As this is our final open beta before Tribes of Midgard’s Early Access, Norsfell wanted to introduce our community’s most-requested features,” said Julian Maroda, CEO and Creative Director for Norsfell. “Additions like the war chest really mesh with the spirit of joyous camaraderie in the face of adversity we aim our game to inspire.”
Norsfell was founded by a group of brave adventurers with a dream: to forge new genres that bring people together. They chose to call their new banner “Norsfell”, a mix of “Norse” and “Fell” (“Mountain” in old Norse) to show their desire to achieve great things, no matter how big.