Those interested in participating can sign up now until December 3 via the EA Community Playtesting site.
There's not much more information on BioWare's information page, but they do warn that the alpha will consist of multiple play sessions over just two days - so don't expect to be wandering around doing whatever you want. Interested parties will need to have PlayStation Plus membership or Xbox Live Gold membership to participate in the alphas for those consoles.
Bioware has announced that the initial alpha test for Anthem will take place the weekend after next - and you can sign up to try and get yourself a spot right now - plus we've got our first look at the PC system requirements.
If you're not up to speed with what the team behind the Mass Effect series has been up to, catch up with our guide to everything you need to know about Anthem. If you don't get in, your name will be placed on a waiting list. Anthem, which is supposedly delivering co-op open world based gameplay ala Destiny style, is slated for release in February 22, 2018. You can learn much more about this at the EA Anthem homepage.
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Will you be signing up for ANTHEM's closed alpha test? If you are accepted, you will be granted access to download and pre-load the game prior to the tests' starting time.
Sign in with your EA Account. 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.
According to Darrah, testers will seemingly be picked on a "first-come first-served" basis, although he admitted he wasn't fully sure on that score.