Get a Chance to Play Anthem Closed Alpha Next Weekend, Sign Up Today

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Anthem is scheduled to release February 22, 2019 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows. A closed alpha will take place next weekend and only lucky few will get a chance to play it.

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EA and Bioware have announced the dates for the Anthem closed Alpha today. The tester is not tied to pre-orders, EA Access, or Origin Access membership. The closed alpha will be available from December 8-9 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows.

If you were looking for a chance to play the closed alpha of Anthem, now is the opportunity to sign up and wait for it. All you need to do is sign up to EA’s Community Playtesting program. We will highly advise you to sign up right now as the space is limited.

The sign up program will end on December 3, 2018. We will break it down to you the method of signing up for Anthem Closed Alpha.

How to sign up for the Anthem Closed Alpha

  • Head to the EA Community Playtesting site.
  • Sign in with your EA Account.
  • Choose your platform, and when you want to play. Once your choices are completed, click Submit.
  • Signing up does not guarantee you’ll be invited to take part, it’s on a first come first served basis.
  • If you’re in, you’ll see a confirmation on the Community Playtesting site and you’ll get an email letting you know how to download the Anthem Closed Alpha game client.

Those who get selected for the program should keep in mind that you will be under a strict NDA. Testers will be able to “talk about, stream, or otherwise share information about the game” with anyone. For more information on the NDA and the Closed Alpha program, check out the EA Help.

Are you excited about Anthem? Are you looking forward to participate in Anthem Closed Beta? Let us know more your thoughts in comments section below.

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Irfan loves RPG genre and he is mostly found doing jolly cooperation in Dark Souls 3. He is big fan of Battlefield and World War theme based shooter games. He loves PC gaming because of beefed hardware and higher resolution.

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