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The Secret World 50% OFF on Steam

Posted on October 2, 2012 at 4:10 pm by Justin Cavender

If you were on the fence about Funcom’s The Secret World, now is your chance to pick it up for $24.99 on Steam. Additionally, a one month subscription is included for new accounts.

This MMO features full voice-acting and in-game cinematics that help bring the world to life. Players will join one of three secret societies: the Illuminati, the Dragon or the Templar. The Secret World differs from your traditional MMO because it takes place in a modern world setting. This allows you to explore real-world locations such as New York, and London.



Hidden within our own modern-day world is a secret world. A world where every myth, legend, and conspiracy theory is true. And now, dark forces are on the move and secrets that should have remained forever buried have finally been uncovered. The world is about to discover that the terrors that have plagued our nightmares are all very real.

Dark days are here. Everything is true. Everything.

United in the fight against the rising darkness stand three secret societies: the Dragon, the Templars, and the Illuminati. Their secret war for the power to control the world is fought on the battlefield and in the boardrooms, and through quiet whispers into the ears of CEOs and presidents they influence the fate of entire nations.

Recruited to become agents for these secret societies, civilians – the players – are granted access to the true power embedded in their DNA. Finally capable of tapping into their full potential, these agents can now master any weapon, learn any power, and take on any role they want in the secret war and the battle against the rising darkness.

You have been chosen. Welcome to The Secret World.

The Steam sale will run until October 4, 2012. For more information about The Secret World please click here.

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    • Manny

      Been hymming and hawing about this for awhile. Now I have no excuses.

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