Star Wars: Battlefront PC Alpha Test Applications Now Open
Here's your chance to try out Battlefront early.
Star Wars: Battlefront, DICE's upcoming reboot of the Star Wars shooter series, is getting an alpha test, and you can now apply to be a part of it.
According to Battlefront's website, players with both a PC and an EA Origin account can apply for entry into the closed alpha. You simply log into Origin and the website will immediately tell you whether or not you've gotten into the test.
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If you didn't get in, EA's website states more chances to play Battlefront early will be announced through the EA social media channels and newsletter.
There's no information currently about how long the alpha test will last, or if EA will open it up to more people soon. Check back on GameSpot for more news as it becomes available.
Star Wars: Battlefront launches on November 17 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. You can check out our impressions of the game's co-op mode here, and you can also read GameSpot's interview with DICE's general manager Patrick Bach here.
I was unlucky and didn't get access to the alpha -- were you able to get in? Let us know in the comments.
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