Anthem: how to get into the closed alpha

Anthem closed alpha test set for December 8

Anthem: how to get into the closed alpha

Electronic Arts and Bioware have announced the Anthem Closed Alpha, providing outline details about the game, the closed alpha signup process, and the recommended PC specs for taking part in these play tests. The word apply will be users of all major platforms including PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Fans who want to make sure they get to sign-up for the "Anthem" closed alpha have until December 3 to register their emails and specify their preferred device. There's also a waitlist for when each server becomes full, and you'll be able to pre-install the Closed Alpha before it begins via an email sent from EA itself.

Will you be signing up for ANTHEM's closed alpha test?

Signing up does not guarantee you'll be invited to take part, it's on a first come first served basis.

I have detailed instructions for you on how to sign up for the tests below. If you have, you'll get a confirmation from the EA Community Playtesting site and an email with download instructions. If you are interested in playing venue Anthem game in its development stages will need to register for EA's Community Playtest programme by December 3rd 2018, so don't delay.

Those who wish to register for the closed alpha can follow these steps. Pre-ordering Anthem or being an EA access member has no bearing on who is accepted, and registering in the above manner is the only way to get access. You can play in one or all of the tests. Speaking of, you'll have the chance to play the Closed Alpha on PC, PS4, or Xbox One.

From there, you're pretty much set and ready to jump into the alpha, but make sure you're quick - "places are limited". Let us know in the comments.

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