Forge of Empires Closed Beta Starts on March 29

TIME : 22nd Mar 2012 ThuAUTHOR : Eleanor

InnoGames has just announced that their latest strategy title Forge of Empires is going to enter closed beta testing on March 29th, 2012. In the CBT, the battle mechanics and messaging system are improved based on feedback from the prior “exclusive preview’, and meanwhile a new trading system is added to players’ service, with more fresh features filed in during beta. Now players who want to get hands-on with Forge of Empires can still register in the official site.

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Hamburg, March 22, 2012. – Today InnoGames announced that the brand new strategy browser game, Forge of Empires, will begin a closed beta on March 29. During this phase, a few thousand players will get the chance to try the game hands-on for the first time. Prior to the beta, 500 testers were providing InnoGames with valuable feedback in an “Exclusive Preview”. The closed beta can be accessed by pre-registering on www.forgeofempires.com or visiting the InnoGames-Facebook page, where keys will be given out daily.

With the start of the closed beta, Forge of Empires will also implement some fresh components. On top of improved battle mechanics and a messaging system, the new trading feature will allow players to finally exchange rare goods, like honey or gold – with NPCs as well as with other players. This allows one to focus on a limited number of various goods buildings. Additionally, InnoGames will add more features over the course of the closed beta, some of them in direct response to player feedback during the Exclusive Preview.

Forge of Empires is a browser-based strategy game that allows players to create a city and develop it from the Stone Age and onward throughout the centuries. Players can create a vast empire through military campaigns and skillful dealings. InnoGames provides additional information in the game’s very own blog.

With about 75 million registered players, InnoGames is one of the world’s leading developers and providers of online games. The Hamburg-based company has scored major successes with games such as Tribal Wars, The West and Grepolis.