Intel's Gaming Access Newsletter sent a code to people subscribed that can be redeemed for a free game of their choice. Out of the few "games" they offer, one is a free mmo, the other one is an mmo that shut down, and another is an education software.


Intel’s Gaming Access Newsletter sent a code to people subscribed that can be redeemed for a free game of their choice. Out of the few “games” they offer, one is a free mmo, the other one is an mmo that shut down, and another is an education software.




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  1. I’m guessing Star Trek Online one is a bundle of in-game items. Cryptic runs that kind of promos all the time for Neverwinter and Star Trek Online.

  2. Likely the intel guys can’t afford a real give away (anymore) or even worse, haven’t got any clue to what is desirable for a gamer. I personally never heard of intel’s gaming access newsletter before. But thanks, I now know it’s not worth subscribing to.

  3. I’ve been subscribed to the Intel Gaming Access newsletter for years. Last month I received the email that basically said “thanks for 1 million subscribers, we’ll be sending your special gift soon”, but I never received any further emails from them. It’s like the service just stopped after that one. I never unsubscribed, never changed any options, or made any changes at all.

  4. The Star Trek Online bundle was a Temporal Agent Starter Pack. It comes with a $30 Temporal Battlecruiser, clothing, NPC companions (known as Bridge Officers) and a title.

     

    I know this because I got it for myself because none of the other options seemed interesting to me, and I play STO every day. lol

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