EA is offering players access to Closed Alpha testing of Anthem.
If you're registered for a Community Playtest, you'll get an email with instructions to download the client for the Closed Alpha before it begins. You are, however, allowed and encouraged to share the sign-up link to the EA Community forums with your friends and invite them to sign up as well.
"If our sessions for a particular device are full, you can still sign up on a waitlist", the post from EA stated.
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Electronic Arts state that players who sign up for the "Anthem" closed alpha should expect to encounter a limited build of the game with access to specific features that the developers want public feedback on.
Announced the beginning of acceptance of applications for participation in the closed alpha testing of the upcoming role-playing action. First, here are a few important clarifications and notes you need to know of before you submit your application.
Notably, this isn't the final version of the game; it's an early "alpha" version, which means it's playable but still most likely pretty far from the game that will launch in February.
The Closed Alpha will take place from December 8 - 9, at varying times depending on which platform you're playing on. These are the recommended requirements, mind you, which is why we're also seeing a GTX 970 or an AMD R9 390 8GB in the list. Once done, choose your desired platform and what sessions you want to be a part of.