Please, consider white-listing VULKK.com to help and support the site.
The Anthem closed alpha has been dated and it will take place next weekend. The event is closed and spots are very limited.
To sign up, you'll need to head to the official website. "It's scary and exciting to work on something on this scale and complexity, but we're doing everything we can to make sure it's an unbelievable experience for you".
Interestingly, if you pick PC as your platform of choice during the registration process, the minimum system requirements also appear.
"If our sessions for a particular device are full, you can still sign up on a waitlist", the post from EA stated. It will be an unstable environment.More news: Fury: I Tricked Wilder, He Made The Biggest Mistake of His Life!
More news: Canada sanctions 17 Saudis over Khashoggi
More news: Chiefs’ Kareem Hunt Seen Shoving, Kicking Woman In Video Of Hotel Altercation
In the meantime, what we do definitively know is that BioWare's next title "Anthem" will be dropping on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in February 2019. Then you also choose the best timings for you from the available play test sessions. If you don't get in, your name will be placed on a waiting list.
Hudson closed out his message about the newest IP by saying, "And, since what you get with Anthem isn't just the launch game but the ongoing story, features and content that will follow in live service, there are teams already working on entire seasons of post-launch content". You can learn much more about this at the EA Anthem homepage.
The test is online only. I'm guessing this next closed alpha test will make those benchmarks clearer. Or create a new one.
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.
EA and Bioware announced dates for the Anthem closed alpha today, and it's not tied to pre-orders, EA Access, or Origin Access membership.