Registration is open until December 3rd.
By Colin Stevens
BioWare will hold a closed alpha for its next online multiplayer anthem RPG Anthem, from December 8th to 9th, and registrations are open until December 3rd.
Announced by EA, the alpha (which represents a pre-beta version) is part of EA's community gaming test program and will be available on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, although openings are limited in size. predictable. Several sessions will be spread over the two days, and those who reach will be able to participate in one or all sessions. As is typical for an alpha, this will be used to test matches, server loads, and so on.
To register, simply go to the EA Community Playtesting web page (open and open since registration), sign in with an EA account, choose a platform and indicate when you want to play the game. alpha, then send. The registration is "first come, first served" and if you register, a confirmation will appear on the Playtesting community website, and you will receive an email allowing you to know how to download the alpha.
Waiting lists will open once seats are full and registration is not tied to pre-orders, EA Access or Origin Access, which will give you access to a pre-launch demo that will be playable from February 1st.
To learn more about Anthem, find out how it will be from a "full package" to launch and how its DLC story will be free. Anthem will be published on February 22, 2019.
Colin Stevens is a news editor for IGN. Follow on Twitter.