Evolve developer Turtle Rock and publisher 2K are holding a limited alpha test in July for the four-versus-one multiplayer game, and interested players can sign up now for a chance to sample the shooter a few months early.
If you want to play the Evolve alpha, you'll need a Windows PC, a working Steam account and live in the continental United States or Canada. The limited, closed alpha test will kick off soon, and Turtle Rock is currently accepting sign ups. Participants are being asked not to disclose the details of the forthcoming alpha.
Turtle Rock community manager Jess Damerst provided a password (happyhunting) and referral code (JoinTheHunt) needed to take the survey on Twitter.
Prospective alpha testers are required to take a brief survey about their PC hardware specs, which shooters they've played and what gaming platforms they own. Steam account details and contact information must also be submitted.
Turtle Rock says it hopes to have the Evolve alpha participant list finalized by July 5.
In addition to the PC alpha, Turtle Rock is planning a separate open beta on Xbox One ahead of the game's launch. Evolve is slated for release on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One on Oct. 21.
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