Closed beta sign-up for Sengoku is open until May 23rd

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Sign-up for closed beta access to Sengoku has officially been posted by Paradox Interactive. You have until May 23rd, midday to sign up to play the RPG before its release on September 13th on the PC. Read on to learn more about the game itself.  

EW YORK, May 18th 2011 – Paradox Interactive has announced details on how to sign up for the closed beta of their upcoming strategy RPG title Sengoku.
The game is created by the Paradox Interactive internal development team that has previously created Hearts of Iron series, the Europa Universalis series and the grand strategy game Victoria II.

In this deep character driven strategy game, you play as the head of an illustrious Samurai family. Civil war has broken out and it is every man for himself in the provinces. Sengoku is set to release on PC on September 13, 2011.

Sign up for the Sengoku Closed Beta now at:

Applicants can request beta access until midday May 23th, 2011.
If you are selected for a place in the Closed Beta, you will receive a confirmation e-mail the 25th of May.

Click here to view a teaser trailer for Sengoku:

Click here for the first Sengoku video devdiary:

Honor and duty vie with survival in the delicate dance of conquest and betrayal as you attempt to unite the land of the Rising Sun. Use deal-making with foreign powers, send your powerful samurai armies into battle against your enemies, and unleash shadowy Ninja clans under the cover of darkness to assassinate your rivals!

- Control a noble family in Feudal Japan
- Rise in influence and power within your clan and go on to claim the ultimate prize
- Conquer and grow while rewarding your most valued retainers in your bid to become Shogun
- Detailed historical map of Japan during the warring states period
- Make deals with external powers, including the Portuguese and the Dutch
- Employ the aid of powerful Ninja clans when your Samurai armies are not enough

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