This Closed Alpha test is an opportunity for you to not only check out the game, but help the developers stress test the servers and provide feedback.
This is why the initial test is only open for two play sessions across two days; it ends on 9 December.
It also explains why the alpha is closed, which basically means you have to be chosen or signed up to take part. Each potential tester can only register for the program on one platform.
From there, you're pretty much set and ready to jump into the alpha, but make sure you're quick - "places are limited".Читайте также: Texas Tech hires Matt Wells as next football coach
This Closed Alpha is not in any way related to your status as an Origin Access member or you having pre-ordered Anthem.
At any rate, the requirements now stand at a minimum of an Intel Core i5 3570 or AMD FX-6350 processor, with at least 8GB of system RAM, and on the video card front, you'll need to be running an Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 (4GB) or an AMD Radeon R9 390 (8GB) or better.
For those lucky enough to get through, you can begin pre-loading Anthem when your registration is confirmed, and after that you'll get an email with download instructions.
To sign up, simply head to the EA Community Playtesting webpage, sign in with an EA account, choose a platform and when you'd like to play the alpha, and submit. You can learn much more about this at the EA Anthem homepage.
PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold are also required if you want to take part in the testing sessions on PS4 or Xbox One respectively.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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