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Third-person MOBA 'Smite' finally exits beta, launches on Xbox One

Third-person MOBA 'Smite' finally exits beta, launches on Xbox One
Sean Buckley
Sean Buckley|@seaniccus|August 19, 2015 11:15 PM

If you couldn't get into the beta for Hi-Rez Studios' Xbox One port of Smite, today's your lucky day: you never will. Today, the free-to-play third-person MOBA finally left beta for a full launch on Xbox Live. The game was originally slated for an early 2015 launch, but hit delays that extended the beta to summer. Waiting for a launch is always a drag, but at least we got some cool stats out of it -- according to Hi-Rez studios, players defeated more than 300,000 Gods (other players) and killed more than 3 million NPC minions during the beta. Yeesh. Want to join in on the number-crunching slaughter? Head over to Xbox Live -- the game is free.

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Third-person MOBA 'Smite' finally exits beta, launches on Xbox One