America’s Army: Proving Grounds taking beta applicants

By Brenna Hillier, Monday, 8 April 2013 02:45 GMT

American Army: Proving Grounds will release sometime this year, the franchise’s Facebook page reveals. Beta registration is now open. This latest entry in the series has not been dated, and is the first core release to shuck a number in favour of a subtitle. The America’s Army games are officially-sanctioned free multiplayer shooters released to educate and recruit for the US military.

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