Sign-ups for the Hellgate: London beta test have begun. Just get yourself over to the official site in one piece to pop your name down.

If you're one of the lucky ones pulled out of the gruesome sorting hat, you'll have a chance to get to grips with the ambitious multiplayer part of the game. You might remember that there are two tiers for this; one is a limited and free version, the other asks for a monthly subscription of GBP 6.99 in return for bundles of exciting bits and pieces - player housing, extensive guild options, enormous raid encounters, loads of items to collect, and more.

It forms an integral part of the package developer Flagship Studios will be offering when the full game launches on 2nd November.

We recently had a chance to talk to game creator Bill Roper about how everything was going, and what the chances of Lewisham appearing in later content would be: surprising high, funnily enough.

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