1,000 World of Warplanes Beta Keys Up for Grabs!

Paul Lilly

Come get your free game key (first come, first serve).

Looking for a new flight combat MMO action game? Hoping you can find one set in the Golden Age of military aviation? Are you reading this right now? Well you lucky dog, we just so happen to have a whopping 1,000 beta keys for World of Warplanes to give away courtesy of developers Ukraine Persha Sutdia and Belarus Wargaming.net. World of Warplanes is a free-to-play game, but it's currently in closed beta, meaning you need a key to have early access.

In World of Warplanes, you're able to build full-scale carriers of virtual pilots offering machines of several key areas, starting from the 1930s with biplanes and on up to Korean War jet fighters. It uses the same game engine as World of Tanks, though it's been customized for aircraft.

There are several warplane classes to play with, including fighters, heavy fighters, ground-attack planes,and carrier-based aircraft with a total of 59 machines from America, Germany, and USSR.

Intrigued? If so, then grab a key and check it out! We've posted all 1,000 beta keys to a shared Google Doc. Since we're dealing with a massive amount of keys, we've opened up the ability to edit and ask that you BOLD a key that you're claiming. That way others know it's no longer up for grabs.

We're working on the honor system here and trust that our document won't become defaced or tampered with (keep in mind that it's a possibility, should you decide to access the document from work or a public PC). Should that happen, we'll have to close the document and post the keys in here instead, though we're trying to avoid that because it'll be difficult to manage. So, please play nice!

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While the vast majority of readers kept the good times rolling, we ended up having to restrict the document to view mode only after a few NSFW images showed up. Bolded entries are still taken, so if you're hunting for a key, go down the list until you find one that works. We realize this isn't ideal. We'd like to thank the many, many users who were cool about this, and curse the one or two users who ruined it for everyone else.

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