Love goes free-to-play this weekend only

By Johnny Cullen, Thursday, 2 September 2010 15:37 GMT

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Want to dab your hand in MMO waters this weekend? Love should do the trick.

The game will be going free-to-play this tomorrow from 6am Saturday morning BST and ends on midday BST on Monday.

You can download the client for it here.

If you don’t know what the MMO is all about, you should probably just watch this. It might do the trick.

Thanks, Joystiq.

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