With E3 firmly in the past and Gamescom and EGX almost here our attentions head to the near future, And all the up coming titles we began salivating over. With many big name games such as Titanfall been revealed with release dates a few months away, some people me included – just can’t wait to play them.
Well if that’s the case these Developers have you covered, in the form of Open/closed Beta testing. That’s right, hop on over to the following sites, and sign up for your chance to have a go at these big upcoming 2016 titles whilst helping iron out those all important bugs ready for release.
Possibly one of the most anticipated games from E3. According to EA – Prior to release, Titanfall 2 will have a multiplayer technical test designed to help Respawn test various aspects of the game and its online infrastructure. Head over to our Sign up for the titanfall 2 beta article HERE for info on this and a peek at the video for the single player campaign
Are you a fan of The Witcher? Then you probably already know the ins-and-outs of Gwent, but that’s about to change. A standalone Gwent game is on its way thanks to CD Projekt, and the Beta will arrive in september. Wondering how to join? our Sign up for the Gwent closed beta article has you covered take a peek HERE. It included a link to the signup page and the official announcement trailer for you to watch so you can see what it’s all about.
A totally new IP from Ubisoft, Ride a massive open world of the Alps and Alaska. Master the world’s most epic mountains on skis, wingsuit, snowboard, and in paraglide. Dare your friends to try out your custom lines, then challenge the world to beat your best tricks and relive your most epic wipeouts. How amazing does that sound? Well have a look at our Steep Beta – How to take part article HERE. It contains all the relevant info and the official announcement trailer for you to enjoy
A game that’s been a long time in the making, so long infact it was actually first previewed at last years E3 (2015)! Now however it seems it may be set towards a final release. During the E3 reveal (2016) Ubisoft began asking for volunteers for the upcoming Alpha and Beta tests. If you’re in to hack and slash type games, this could be a good choice for you, get yourself signed up for it here.