A few weeks ago, 2K Games teased us with the idea of a Big Alpha test for Evolve. Now, we’ve got some more details about it. Xbox One gamers are set to have first bite of the cherry, but a limited number of PC gamers are also being invited in – and all the action kicks off on October 31.
There’s a few different ways of getting into this one:
If you’ve pre-ordered the game, you’re good to go. Your Big Alpha key is in the mail (so to speak), as you’ve been guaranteed access.
If you don’t want to bother with those, there’s also a handy multi-use code that’s good for a limited number of sign-ups. The studio says this is offered on a “first-come, first-served” basis, so if you want to get in on some Evolve action, you should act fast.
This is what you need to do, for your shot at the Evolve Big Alpha:
- Go to EvolveGame.com/BigAlpha
- Enter this code:
11197-10708-89072(It is a multi-use code, act fast!)
- Enter your name and email confirmation
- Select your platform preference
That code’s already been made redundant – here are some others:
If you are successful, you’ll get a message confirming your registration details – remember, this is just for a chance to participate, nothing’s guaranteed just yet.
IMPORTANT: Save the information on that page. We will not be contacting you with additional confirmation of your registration. Selected participants will be sent an email when keys are distributed.
2K also wants to point out that there’s a handful of countries that are unable to take part in the Evolve Big Alpha test “due to internet infrastructure issues”. Selfishly, I’m happy that Australia’s not mentioned on the list, but there’s other places – like Saudi Arabia, Oman, China, Cambodia and the Dominican Republic – that aren’t able to take part. Check the full list and maybe consider moving house?