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Defiance now Free-To-Play on Playstation 3

Humans and Votans unite! With Season 2 of Syfy’s hit series in full swing, Trion’s MMO crossover, Defiance, is now free-to-play on PlayStation® 3. Already free-to-play on PC, and coming soon to Xbox 360®, Trion has rolled out a ton of new content to players including new missions, enemies, and a new region – Silicon Valley. New players and veteran ark hunters alike can band together and fight through the game’s entire Bay Area storyline, as well as charge into new exciting missions that will continue bridging the game and TV series throughout the summer.

The latest NSFW (Now Safe For Wallets) trailer for Defiance can be viewed here: http://youtu.be/zB2UZ_wAdY4

Players who purchase a new box or digital copy of Defiance are granted the following bonuses:

– A grant of 1,000 Arkforge, an in-game currency redeemable for resetting weapon mastery, upgrading a weapon’s power rating or even bumping an uncommon weapon to epic rarity.
– 4 Character Slots, 5 Loadouts, up to 75 Ark Keycodes and a minimum 70 Inventory Slots.
– 30 days of Paradise Patron status
Paradise Patrons are granted:
– Boosts to skill, XP, scrip, salvage and reputation gain rates that stack with the matching boosts available in the store.
– 10% store-wide discount – boosts, costumes, lock boxes, all of it!
– A grab bag of one-hour boosts or Arkforge from Daily and Weekly Ark Hunter Bonus Lock Boxes.

Join the battle online with Defiance for PlayStation 3. See your story unfold on Syfy at 8/7c 

For more information please visit www.defiance.com

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