GOA: WAR registration issues will be “completely fixed” for launch

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 9 September 2008 11:40 GMT

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Speaking to VG247 this morning, Warhammer Online’s European publisher, GOA, has assured that all registration issues gamers are experiencing with the game’s open beta will be resolved before release on September 18.

“These issues will of course be completely fixed for the launch,” said a rep.

The firm also said that current problems with new users getting onto the open beta are being sorted now.

“We are currently handling the various issues we have and are hoping that they will be resolved ASAP,” the spokesperson added.

Warhammer Online launches on September 18, although those who’ve pre-ordered the Collector’s Edition are going to be playing as of September 14.

As you can see from the official site, almost 900,000 people have now registered for the beta.

Not long now.

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