Nov 24, 2017 Last Updated 1:32 AM, Nov 23, 2017

Mirage: Arcane Warfare Beta Gets 9 New Maps and Character Customization

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New Update “Beta Patch 3” is Live Now

Torn Banner Studios, creators of Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, have launched a refresh of the currently-running closed beta for their upcoming magic ‘n melee multiplayer combat game Mirage: Arcane Warfare. Live on Steam now, this update includes a series of gameplay tweaks and improvements implemented by the team based on feedback from current beta testers. In addition, the patch includes a full refresh of the game’s maps, removing the current line-up and installing a new playlist of levels.

New maps and variants included in Beta Patch 3

- Capture Point: Mirrors & Rock Bottom;

- Capture The Flag: Bridge, Push, & Dry Dock;

- 10v10 Team Deathmatch: Bridge, ,Falcon Ridge, Mirrors;

- Team Objective: Academy & Ravine.

A huge Character Customization system has also been added to the Beta, allowing players to equip special weapons and armor earned during playtime and make various aesthetic changes to their champions.

For more information on all of the changes coming to the Mirage: Arcane Warfare closed beta in the refresh, you can find the latest patch notes here.

About Torn Banner Studios

Torn Banner Studios is a small indie games studio that makes BIG games. Based in Toronto Canada, Torn Banner Studios was founded in 2012 by a group of passionate game developers who are dedicated to creating powerful and unique games for a dedicated audience of fans. The nucleus of the team first came together from a group of modders who created a well-known Half-Life 2 mod called Age of Chivalry. Their first full game, Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, was a critical and commercial success and has driven the dedicated team at Torn Banner to continue to develop great games and ongoing content for their passionate community of fans.

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