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Win one of 10,000 'Ravaged' beta keys in a Facebook and Twitter giveaway

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Want to enter the "Ravaged" beta? Today Reverb Publishing announced that they're giving away 10,000 "Ravaged" beta keys to enthusiastic PC gamers who follow the company on Twitter or “Like” it on Facebook.

Related: Win an epic gaming set up in the "Ravaged" director's contest

"Ravaged" is a first-person shooter that supports up to 32 people engaging in "heavy vehicular battles, air combat, and a competitive edge that elevates the game into the professional competitive arena."

Last week Alienware distributed 10,000 'Ravaged" beta codes in less than 21 hours.

“Our community is clamoring for more social activity around our growing arsenal of great games, so we’re delivering this unprecedented giveaway,” said Doug Kennedy, CEO, Reverb Publishing. “We believe Ravaged, with its 32-player vehicular combat and team-based play, is the perfect way to engage and reward our fans.”

"Ravaged" is rated “M” for mature and will be available this fall on PC.

For more information about the game, visit www.2dawn.com.

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