Jagex, Europeís largest independent games studio, today announced that Ace of Spades will be free to try this weekend. From now until 20:00 GMT on Sunday 17th March, players are invited to experience Jagexís creative shooter at no cost.
Combine construction, combat and creativity to take out the enemy in an entirely destructible world this weekend! Ace of Spades will also be available half the normal price on Steam until Monday 17:00 GMT, so itís the perfect time to experience Ace of Spadesí unique multiplayer mayham for yourself.
Ace of Spades has proved hugely popular since itís launch, firmly cemented itself as one of the most popular Steam titles, peaking at #1 on the Steam charts and has consistently featured in the global top 10 list for games under £7 since December last year.
For more information visit: www.aceofspades.com or http://store.steampowered.com/app/224540/.
About Ace of Spades
Ace of Spades is the latest title from the multi-awarding UK studio behind the leading free-to-play browser MMO RuneScape.com, the recently announced Facebook racer Carnage Racing, and the eagerly anticipated Transformers Universe.
Ace of Spades is the first-person shooter that lets you create your battleground, destroy it, then create it again. Up to 32 players choose from 4 unique classes and jump into team-based, multiplayer mayhem across an endlessly evolving battlefield, to construct, destruct and take out the opposition.
Visit www.AceofSpades.com for more information.
Jagex is a multi-award winning online games developer based in Cambridge, England. Jagex specialises in the development of high quality browser-based games with supporting platform and technology. Jagex is also the largest independent games developer and publisher in the UK.
Jagex has a long-standing reputation for creating the world's best online games and for developing hugely popular, high quality, accessible, free-to-play games and for providing an unbeatable community experience for millions of players around the world. Jagex has developed and self-published over 40 online titles, including the world's most popular free multiplayer online game, RuneScape.com.