Alpha and Beta tesing for Electronic Art’s next installment of the Battlefield series will be underway very soon. Over at the official blog for Battlefield 3, EA has shared some detailed insight on the upcoming multiplayer beta trials and how people can register so that they can play it.
The people at DICE explained that there will first be an Alpha trials that players will only get through invite to see how well the servers can handle the multiplayer action.
“We are also not giving away keys to the alpha trial on any of our social networking platforms.”
“If you’d like to have a chance to be called upon, make sure to register for our newsletter and ensure your Veteran status is up to date.”
The open beta for the game will start up in September. Players who bought the limited edition of the recent Medal of Honor should have received emails stating that they are able to join the beta testing.
“If you purchased a copy of Medal of Honor with the Battlefield 3 beta sticker on it, you are eligible for the beta.”
“If you have not received the newsletter, make sure you opt in on your EA Profile to receive them.”
“Also, if you haven’t received the newsletter and own a copy of Medal of Honor: Limited edition, you are eligible to play in the beta.”
Secondhand copies of the game will not give you the opportunity to be part of the beta test.
Battlefield 3 is set for a release on October 25 for the Xbox 360, PC, and PlayStation 3.