DICE is hosting an Alpha Test for Battlefield V and it’s set to begin on June 28th. Over the years, DICE has been pretty secretive regarding the alpha tests for their Battlefield games, but this year they’re being transparent regarding what’s going to be in the Battlefield V Alpha Test, and how you can get a key for it.
The Battlefield V Alpha Test is going to be a “Closed Alpha,” and it’s going to be on PC only via Origin. So in order to participate in the Battlefield V Alpha Test you will need to have a PC capable of running the game. There are some other stipulations that DICE has set forth other than being PC only. The Closed Alpha for Battlefield will be invitation only and English only, limited to very specific regions.
DICE says that “invitations with codes for the Closed Alpha will soon be sent to a small group of Battlefield players,” and that these codes will only work on Origin. It’s unclear if DICE is sending these out to influencers and media only, or if they’ll be sending out invitations to other players in the community.
However, DICE has a Battlefield Community Insider program, which is likely the pool that they are sending out Battlefield V Alpha Invites to. You can register at the following link: Battlefield V Community Insider Program. Since it’s a closed Alpha, you’ll likely need to be pretty lucky to get in.
While it’s obviously better to get hands-on with Battlefield V, if you don’t get in there’s likely going to be a ton of new video from the Alpha in the days ahead. There will be no embargo for streaming or video capture so tune into your favorite streamers for new Battlefield V footage later this week.