If you’re on the hunt for a proper adrenaline boost with your pals, perhaps picking up Rocket Arena might be the way to go.
First launched on 14 July, Final Strike Games has developed a promising new take on the battle royale genre with Rocket Arena. As its name suggests, players get to duke it out in a 3v3 arena as heroes decked out in jet packs, blasting each other to smithereens with — you guessed it — rockets.
And in celebration of the game’s launch, and in anticipation of the upcoming Season 1 of live service content, Geek Culture has teamed up with EA to give away 16 codes of Rocket Arena to readers!
Specifically, there are 10 codes for PC, and 6 codes for PlayStation 4. Should the urge to try Rocket Arena out strike you, all you need to do is enter your details on the giveaway form below and state your preference of platform (PC or PS4). It’s that simple, and after that, you just need to cross your fingers and hope you get selected to join in the rocket-fueled mayhem!
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The giveaway is open to all residents of Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Thailand. The giveaway closes on 23 July 2020 @23:59hrs (GMT+8). 16 lucky winners will be picked at random. The winners will be contacted via email by 24 July 2020. Good luck!
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Marion has a serious RPG addiction. Sometimes it bleeds into real life; he forgets to sleep because he thinks he has a Witcher’s body clock. Forgive him in advance if he suddenly blurts out terms such as “Mind Flayer” and “Magic Missile”, because never once does he stop thinking about his next Dungeons & Dragons game.