Skate 4 playtest registrations available now
EA revealed how to sign up for the Skate 4 play test through the Skate insider program. Along with new Skate 4 gameplay that developer Full Circle humorously calls “pre-pre-pre-alpha” footage, it provided plenty of rules details for the planned closed playtests.
How to sign up for the Skate 4 playtest
You can sign up for Skate 4 playtesting by heading to the game’s official Insider Program page. by [its] goals for testing at this stage of development. It’s admittedly vague, but the developer promises to release more information on how to receive a playtest invite through the game’s social channels. It’s unclear if you need to be part of this to participate. to the closed playtest between July 5 and July 8 revealed yesterday, but since that involves a different sign-up page, it’s likely done through a different process.
EA makes a concerted effort to develop Skate 4 openly with the community, welcoming feedback throughout the development process. According to the program’s FAQ, the developer shares that it is “very early in the development of [Skate 4] and bring players into the game much earlier than the norm. In fact, these playtests can be in beta, alpha, or even pre-alpha.
Similar to the second Overwatch 2 beta, the Skate 4 playtest will gradually increase access to early versions of the game, so EA “cannot guarantee how soon you will be able to play.” But given that the insider program will give access to pre-alpha gameplay, there will likely be plenty of chances for players to get in.
Of course, since these playtests are closed to the public, the leaking of videos, screenshots, or screenshots is limited. It’s not really surprising, but EA is probably even more cautious after Skate 4 pre-alpha images leaked online in April.
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