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ArcheAge: Unchained Launches Free Trial Through November 16th

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ArcheAge: Unchained Launches Free Trial Through November 16th

Gamigo has announced that players interested in their MMORPG, ArcheAge: Unchained, can now check it out for free for three days thanks to a new trial by the company. Available now through November 16th, players can hop into the MMO for three days via Glyph and check out what the MMO has to offer.

Via a press release from gamigo:

Starting today, players can experience the world of gamigo’s Sandbox MMORPG ArcheAge: Unchained free of charge for three full days. This limited trial is available via gamigo’s own platform, Glyph, until November 16th. During this period, players can download the game and enjoy their three days of gameplay in which they'll explore the exhilarating landscapes of Erenor, its scorching deserts, ancient forests, barren mountains and endless oceans.

ArcheAge: Unchained has had the easiest of times since its launch last year. Players have complained that the ArchePass system, which was recently announced to be changing...again, was poorly implemented from the start causing the developer to pull it offline for a bit. Players were looking for ArcheAge: Unchained to move away from the pay-to-win aspects that defines the original release, however it doesn't seem like AA:U has been able to shake that feeling.

Either way, if you've been interested in seeing the MMO for yourself, you can do so without needing to shell out any money for at least three days before November 16th via gamigo's Glyph launcher. You'll need to make an account on the ArcheAge: Unchained website with the voucher code "FALLTRIAL" to take advantage of the offer. 

Last year we reviewed the MMO, and while Emily overall enjoyed her time in ArcheAge: Unchained, she couldn't shake the issues of ArchePass, as well as the "many overarching issues" that plagued the early days of AA:U


Joseph Bradford

Joseph has been writing or podcasting about games in some form since about 2012. Having written for multiple major outlets such as IGN, Playboy, and more, Joseph started writing for MMORPG in 2015. When he's not writing or talking about games, you can typically find him hanging out with his 10-year old or playing Magic: The Gathering with his family. Also, don't get him started on why Balrogs *don't* have wings. You can find him on Twitter @LotrLore