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Anthem's closed alpha system requirements are here

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Hudson's blog post also noted how BioWare is aiming to develop a new Mass Effect game. The closed alpha is coming up first, and will last only a single weekend starting on December 8. The event is closed and spots are very limited.

You will also need at least 60GB of free drive space, and you'll have to be running a 64-bit version of Windows 10. Make sure you let us know.

You will be required to sign an NDA stating that you will not be live streaming the event or reveal any information about it, should you be accepted and invited to it.

You'll need to sign up by the end of December 3.

In terms of the alpha's objective, EA explains, "It's an opportunity for you to check out Anthem but we'll also be adjusting things like matchmaking and server load on the fly". It will be an unstable environment. From December 8 to the 9, gamers across consoles and PCs will be able to test the game in four seperate three hour sessions. If you don't get in, your name will be placed on a waiting list.

As a reminder, even if you're not selected among the lucky few who'll be in the Anthem Alpha tests, pre-ordering the game grants access to the pre-release demo available in early February 2019. You can check out the recording below, grabbed by the folks at Anthem Universe. "Everything that prevents you from loving the game becomes a task or a bug, so we know that when we finish that work, we'll have something really special". Players are reporting that recommended system requirements are given out as part of the sign-up process for the upcoming closed alpha. I'm guessing this next closed alpha test will make those benchmarks clearer.

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