Global Agenda Launches In February

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Georgia-based Hi-Rez Studios is finally gearing up for the release of their futuristic team-based shooter, cementing a February 2010 release for Global Agenda, with preorder customers gaining guaranteed access to the beta test.

Global Agenda is a combination of free and subscription-based team-based online shooter, but either way you've got to buy the game to play. Hi-Rez has nailed down February 1st, 2010 as the launch date for their first big title, with preorder bonuses in store for those who reserve a copy via Steam, Amazon.com, or directly from Hi-Rez. Fans putting their money down early get access to the game's closed beta events, a special in-game helmet, and a chance to reserve character and agency names before the masses arrive.

Amazon and Hi-Rez will also be selling a limited edition boxed version of the game, which comes with a poster and a Commonwealth art book, which details the rise of the game's totalitarian government.

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Remember, each copy also comes with one month free subscription to the subscription-only Global Agenda: Conquest mode. Check out the difference between free and subscription pay and get more preorder details at the Global Agenda website.

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I was hoping to get in the beta, after being backhanded so hard by Fallen Earth, Age of Conan, and others at their launches, I'm very leery of starting anything else at launch. I want "something new", I hope it fits that role, but I'm afraid it's going to be just as bad.