Star Conflict Giveaway: Nab One Of 2,000 Fighter Ships

Star Conflict

Star Conflict [official site], the free-to-play space action MMO, has just welcomed a destroyer class to its ranks of spaceships. They’re the slower-but-covered-in-guns type of ship – big on firepower and requiring a lot of your precious space resources. That’s why, to start you on your path to a destroyer, we’re offering up 2,000 Black Hort spaceships.

Black Horts are premium fighter class ships which offer good defence and great team-play options. The premium bit also means you get more money and experience as rewards for using them in battle. Here’s a closer look:

Black Hort

The widget below will dispense your key in exchange for one of four actions: following us on Twitter, following our Steam group, subscribing to our YouTube channel, or visiting our Facebook page. The latter should work without requiring a Facebook account and whether or not you’ve already Liked the page previously.

Star Conflict spaceship giveaway

Once you’ve completed one of the above actions, hit ‘Continue’ in order to make the key appear. The keys are limited to one per user and the widget above will close automatically when all the codes are gone.

How to redeem your code

First, you’ll need to download the Star Conflict client. Then while that downloads, if you don’t already have one, you need to set up a free Gaijin account. Click here to create the account.

Now you’re ready to redeem the code.

1. Go to the Star Conflict website

2. Click on “Store” in the grey banner just below the game title

3. Click “Promo-code” on the left hand menu (at this point you’ll need to login to your Gaijin account if you haven’t already)

4. Paste the activation key in the box and click “Activate”

When you next launch the game the spaceship should have been added to your account. If not, double-check the serial key is entered correctly.

If you’re still having trouble visit the Gaijin support section here for further assistance.

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11 Comments

  1. Cinek says:

    Or you can activate the code here, after logging in: link to store.gaijin.net (It will tell you that ‘You are now an owner of “”‘ (yes, empty quotes), but it works fine)

  2. SyrusRayne says:

    I’m gonna try this game now. I guess that makes me a sucker, but I do like free things.

    • mechabuddha says:

      I mean, that’s the idea, right? Give away free stuff, convince you to try out the game, maybe get hooked and spend more money. I’m fine with that.

  3. Phasma Felis says:

    VOCABULARY FACT: “Destroyer” was originally short for “torpedo boat destroyer”; in the late 19th century, they were small, fast, lightly armed craft built specifically to ward off swarms of tiny, cheap torpedo boats that could otherwise outmaneuver and destroy big, lumbering, expensive battleships.

    As technology advanced, destroyers got bigger along with everything else on the ocean, but remained focused on defending against relatively small, agile targets–mainly aircraft and submarines. It wasn’t until the Cold War really got going that guided missile destroyers began to emerge with the firepower to completely replace the larger battleships.

    It looks like Star Conflict gets that about right–compared to fighters, a destroyer is a real big bastard. I’m still amused by things like e.g. Star Wars that think a “destroyer” is the biggest independent ship around, rather than one of the smallest.

    • minijedimaster says:

      You don’t get out much do ya?

      • Phasma Felis says:

        Says the guy who is also posting on videogame comment threads. :)

    • Antsy says:

      Are you saying that you think that because a Star Destroyer has the word ‘Destroyer’ in it’s name that anyone thinks it’s the same as a Naval Destroyer class vessel? Bizarre.

      • 4th Dimension says:

        Even if Star Wars maybe uses the correct terminology (I’m not aware if they ever state the class of the SDs in the movies) it is a valid complaint because it’s a really common mistake to label the biggest class of ships destroyers.

        I think it mostly happens because DESTROYER sounds waaaayyy more cool than a Cruiser of Battleship to someone who doesn’t know the terminology.

  4. paranoydandroyd says:

    I’d be willing to front the standards if there was any interest in forming an RPS corp. Any takers?

  5. Farnbeak says:

    Oh man, it has been less than 24 hours and only 7 comments and all of the 2k codes are gone? I feel a little bitter :)