Registration for Anthem's Closed Alpha is Now Open

Want to test Anthem? You can sign up now, and we know the PC requirements

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. Anthem, as a full game, is coming out on February 22nd, 2019, on PC, Xbox One, or PlayStation 4.

The publisher says that there will be several play sessions over the two days, so access won't be available all the time - you'll have to wait for an allotted play time.

This Closed Alpha test is an opportunity for you to not only check out the game, but help the developers stress test the servers and provide feedback.

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

Registration is on a "first come first served basis", according to EA. If you have, you'll get a confirmation from the EA Community Playtesting site and an email with download instructions. "Once the Community Playtest has started, check your email to see if we've sent you instructions to download the Anthem Closed Alpha client". The company even has made a new sign-up page for the fans who want to participate.

To sign up, you'll need to head to the official website.

Bioware is now hard at work preparing Anthem for its February launch but as with all "live service" games, plenty of player testing needs to take place beforehand in order to squash issues.

Step 1Head to the EA Community Playtesting site Step 2Sign in with your EA account Step 3Choose your platform, and select which sessions you want to play. Players can only sign up to play the game on one device.

According to the Electronic Arts support page, the "Anthem" closed alpha will occur for a limited time only from December 8 to December 9.



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