Paradox Interactive today announced that Hearts of Iron The Card Game, a free-to-play, browser-based, online Collectible Card Game (CCG) set in World War II, has entered Beta and is seeking players to test the game. Beta players will receive three exclusive cards for their deck that can be used in both the beta and live game after the game officially launches this summer. To sign up for the Beta, please go to: http://beta.hoitcg.com/hoi/index.php In Hearts of Iron The Card Game, players take on the role of Axis, Allies, or Comintern and choose their strategies as they challenge opponents online in … Continue reading Hearts of Iron Card Game Needs Beta Testers
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