PlayStation Plus users to receive two exclusive weeks of beta access to CCP Games’ upcoming MMO, Dust 514!

CCP Games is proud to announce a special closed beta event for Sony PlayStation Plus subscribers for its upcoming free-to-play massively multiplayer first-person shooter, DUST 514, exclusively on the PlayStation®3computer entertainment system. From August 21 to September 4, Sony PlayStation Plus subscribers will receive “exclusive” access to the DUST 514 closed beta. As always, Mercenary Pack purchases, and those who already have All-Access Passes can still access the closed beta, but new codes will not be distributed any other way during this time.

August 21 marks an important milestone in the DUST 514 beta as it ushers in the “Precursor” release. This update includes the first live DUST/EVE Online integration, Orbital Strike framework, instant battle matchmaking, new environments, keyboard and mouse support, and tons of other enhancements.

As a bonus, PlayStation Plus subscribers will receive a 50% discount on the Mercenary Pack for DUST 514 during the beta event. The Mercenary Pack gives players unlimited beta access, as well as in-game currency, skill boosts, and exclusive gear. Those interested can learn more about the Mercenary Pack by visiting

One of the most anticipated titles of the year, DUST 514 brings intense infantry combat, large-scale warfare and deep character advancement to the PlayStation 3 in an exclusive free-to-play massively multiplayer shooter. Set in, and integrated with, the massive universe of EVE Online™, players wage war in the next generation of first-person shooters, where a single victory could prove the crushing blow to a galactic empire of thousands of online gamers.

DUST 514 is currently in closed beta and is set to enter Open Beta in 2012, exclusively on PlayStation 3. For more information, visit and follow the game on Facebook and Twitter (@dust514).


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