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Tribes of Midgard Second Open Beta

Tribes of Midgard is jumping into its second open beta where players face off in cooperative action against mighty giants during Ragnarok.

Player’s are invited to take up arms and march to defend their village in Midgard. Take out mighty giants in fierce battle alongside companions both new and old in a world full of Norse wonder. The mysteries of Midgard await exploration and the Seed of Yggdrasil must be defended while defeating the giants who wish to dethrone the Gods and destroy the 9 worlds.

Norsfell, the developer behind Tribe’s of Midgard, has introduced features in the second open beta that is focused on the living nature of the game. For a Viking death is an inevitability. A new persistent skill tree allows for permanent abilities and class specialization making death a temporary setback.

Additional difficulty settings for the up to 10 player cooperative survival game improves the pick-up-and-play nature of the game. When death occurs, rise up once more and continue the battle for Midgard as glory in Valhalla awaits.

We keep an active role in our community and our fans have asked for more features, content and time in the next beta. I’m happy to say that we heard them! Players can enjoy new weapons, armor, enemies and much more in this new open beta.

Julian Maroda, CEO and Creative Director for Norsfell

Tribes of Midgard’s Second Open Beta begins September 5 at 4 AM ET and runs until September 9 11:59 PM ET. The game is scheduled to land on Steam and consoles in 2020. All the latest information about Tribes of Midgard can be found on the games website at, @tribesofmidgard on Twitter, or on the game’s official Discord.

Tribes of Midgard – Open Beta 2 Update | Norsfell

Norsfell (@norsfell Twitter) is a game developer based in Montreal, Canada. Founded in 2013, a group of adventurers set out with a dream to forge new genres and bring people together. The name Norsfell was chosen as it is a combination of “Norse” and “Fell” which means mountain in old Norse. This was to show the group’s desire to achieve great things no matter how big.