Funcom and Eidos have announced that last week's Easter applications for the Age of Conan beta have soared over the 100,000 mark, racing past 50,000 in just 24 hours. It makes it amongst the most successful testing sign-up for any MMO.
"We've been developing this incredible world for years now and today more than 150 people are working hard on achieving the ambitious goals we set out for the game," says Gaute Godager, founder of Funcom and Game Director on Age of Conan. "The team is very excited about the number of gamers who have signed up for the Beta so far, and we can't wait to see them charging into the brutal battlefields of Hyboria!"
It's due out on PC on 30th October, following sometime in 2008 on Xbox 360.