Chivalry 2: Game Legends is giving away 150 closed beta keys

Nine years after its predecessor, the direct sequel to Chivalry, now in its second episode, is definitely a good product from a technical standpoint and not only. Development studio Torn Banner Studios officially presented its product to the world yesterday, a medieval-themed multiplayer-focused game that will be a milestone for the development team.

For those who want to know more about the mechanics of the game and admire the first glimpses of the work, we leave you on the following link which will explain all the necessary information to you. At Game Legends, we were indeed able to try out the title through a private beta, but you can now play Chivalry 2 completely for free thanks to our keys.

The editorial team offers you no less than 150 free game keys, exchangeable on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X / S. Specifically, you can get 50 PC Access Keys, 50 for Sony consoles, and another 50 for Microsoft machines. What do you need to do to get them? Very simple. You just need to fill out the form at the end of the article and choose your preferred gaming platform. Once this has been done, you will receive the code you entered directly in your mailbox, ready to be redeemed on the respective platform.

Among the main innovations that Chivalry 2 will bring to its players are multiplayer games for 64 players, a rich editor for your character, a variety of classes that will allow a large number of different approaches to combat, and many other elements. The game will officially release on June 8, 2021 and will be available on PC (Epic Games Store time exclusive), PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X / S. If you want to learn more about the game and hear what the developers have to say, we leave you with the interview at the following link.

PLEASE NOTE: PlayStation 5 keys for Chivalry 2 do not yet work. However, you already have the option to trade them in and you can use them as soon as they are officially activated (we’ll update this article to let you know).




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