Yesterday we celebrated N7 Day, and it was full of Mass Effect: Andromeda news and surprises. BioWare revealed a new Mass Effect: Andromeda trailer, as well as some cool Mass Effect: Andromeda toys we can’t wait to test.
But that’s not all. Starting right now, you can sign up for the upcoming Mass Effect: Andromeda Multiplayer Beta, which was confirmed by Fabrice Condominas on Twitter.
— Fabrice Condominas (@Faburisu) November 7, 2016
Here is how to sign up. The whole process will take some time, but is definitely worth completing it.
First, go to BioWare Beacon website here, and click Sign In.
Use your EA account to log in. If you don’t have one you must create it.
Next, verify your EA account and link all desired gaming platforms.
Once you are done click on Use this EA Account and confirm your submission.
Now, make sure your profile is up to date, and click next.
For the next steps, you must provide additional information such as your preferred language and platform preferences.
When you select your gaming platforms you will also have to provide your Xbox gamertag and your PSN profile.
The next set of questions will be focused on your gaming experience with BioWare’s games and some of the titles published by EA.
After you answer those, you must link your social media profiles, and specify if you participated in events related to the gaming industry.
The final step is also the most important, because BioWare will want you to tell them why should they pick you for the beta. Here are the questions you have to answer:
Please list your top 3 games released in the past 10 years.
Tell us what was awesome about one of your top 3 favorite games.
If it was up to you, describe (briefly) one way the game you picked could be further improved.
Briefly describe what upcoming non-BioWare game are you most excited about, and why.
Finally, why should we select you for upcoming feedback programs?
Answer these five questions and click Submit.
That’s it. Hopefully, your answers will get you selected for the Mass Effect: Andromeda Beta. Unfortunately, there are no news on when the beta will start, but we’ll keep you updated.