Evolve’s Closed Alpha Event Scheduled for Halloween Weekend


Before the exclusive Xbox One open beta in January 2015, 2K and Turtle Rock Studios will host a ‘Big Alpha’ test event for Evolve scheduled to go down over Halloween Weekend, from October 30th through November 2nd. The closed alpha will get an exclusive 24-hour head start on Xbox One beginning October 30th, with PC and PS4 testing to begin October 31st.

The only guaranteed way to secure an alpha invite is to pre-order the upcoming 4v1 humans versus monster shooter on your platform of choice. Otherwise, follow these instructions to register for a chance to join the alpha:

1. PC, PS4 Gamers: Go to EvolveGame.com/BigAlpha (Enter Registration Code: 11197-10708-89072—- It is a multi-use code, so act fast!)

2. Xbox One Players: Go to www.EvolveGame.com/XboxOneAlpha (enter Referral Code: Xbox4VOne and enter the Registration Code: 44549-09164-02289)

Additionally, 2K provided us with registration code 08347-97365-66457 and referral code EVOLVETOWIN. These codes have limited uses, so try them all and hope one of them still works. Good luck!

Last but not least, check out the new Evolve trailer and screenshots embedded below.







Source: Evolve’s Big Alpha Coming Everywhere This Halloween [Official Evolve Blog]

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