As outlined on EA's website, the test will be quite brief-it'll run from December 8-9, though it'll be available on all three of the game's platforms: PS4, Xbox One, and PC. There will be multiple sessions which participants can partake in, but you are limited to only one device for the alpha, whether its Xbox One, PlayStation 4, or PC. The actual Closed Alpha will take place across several sessions, spread across two days in early December. BioWare's goal with this alpha is to test matchmaking and server load, which is probably why the test will only be available in time-limited sessions instead of being open for a full 48 hours. EA has been important to note that signing up does not guarantee that you'll be invited to take part, it's on a first come first serve basis.
Sign-ups are now live, and you can register your interest here.
You'll need to sign up by the end of December 3.
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Announced the beginning of acceptance of applications for participation in the closed alpha testing of the upcoming role-playing action. You can check the status of your registration on the EA Community Playtesting site, and if you've been registered, you'll get an email with instructions to pre-download the client for the Closed Alpha.
Anthem, which is scheduled to launch on February 22nd next year, has struggled to win over fans skeptical of game's dramatic departure from BioWare's usual story-rich, single-player fare. You'll again get your download instructions through email if you are given the opportunity to join.
Choose your platform, and when you want to play. In preperation for Anthem's release, EA is allowing select gamers a chance to help test out the games networking capabilities in its Closed Alpha.