MechWarrior Online Community Day and Centurion Mech Announced | Broken Joysticks

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MechWarrior Online Community Day and Centurion Mech Announced

Mechwarrior Online Developers Piranha Games have been very busy this week. First, they released a video showcasing the upcoming free-to-play game’s latest Mech, the Centurion. This medium sized Mech is sort of like the T-34 of Mechs, boasting a good mix of speed, armor, and firepower. You can watch the video with some pretty gameplay footage below.

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Additionally, Piranha games, Nvidia, and Infinite Game Publishing (the publisher of Mechwarrior online),  are hosting a MechWarrior Online Community Day in Santa Clara, California at 5 p.m. on July 27th. The event, an invitation only affair, will let the chosen few join the developers for drunken debauchery, beer, pizza, and some Mechwarrior Online lanning. There will be a tournament, prizes, and chances to play around with unrevealed Mechs as well as the newfangled Razer Blade laptop. Read on to see how you can score an invite to this event.

What: This is an invite-only MechWarrior Online Community Day event from 5-9 p.m. on July 27th in Santa Clara, California.

Event details and prizes: Guests will get the chance to compete for prizes via a MechWarrior Online LAN event and enjoy free beer and pizza while chatting up the developers behind the game. Plus, try out the all-new Razer Blade laptop, explore as-of-yet unrevealed environments and pilot as-of-yet unrevealed Mechs in a head-to-head with MechWarrior Online tournament in a battle to win awesome prizes.

Want to go?: Tell us (in 100 words or less) why you deserve to take part in this once-in-a-lifetime event for your chance to be added to the invite list. Send your submission to mechwarrior@geforce.com. Lucky winners will be notified starting July 19th and will have 48 hours to confirm their attendance.

Please note, all entrants must:

  • Be 21 years of age or above
  • Be able to travel to the NVIDIA campus on July 27th
  • Be able to cover all transportation and accommodation costs
  • Have an invite and be on the attendee list – no entry will be granted for those not on the invite list

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Daniel Shannon is a former editor of Voodoo Extreme and a freelance writer whose work has been published in PC Gamer and Gamespot. At Broken Joysticks he holds the title of “Seneschal” as well as “Voivode of the Hellhounds.” He may be reached at danielshannon@gmail.com.

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