The Finals alpha test starts 9/29/22

How To Sign Up for THE FINALS Closed Alpha

Find out how to sign up for THE FINALS closed Alpha test.

Embark Studios is a relatively new game developer that specializes in free-to-play games. They also publicly release Rust code for aspiring developers to mess around with. The company is creating a new game called THE FINALS with an unknown release date and is recruiting gamers for alpha testing. This guide has everything you need to sign up for THE FINALS alpha testing.

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How To Play THE FINALS Closed Alpha, Explained

To sign up for the closed alpha, you’ll need to head over to the game’s official Steam page and click on the Request Access button. Make sure that you’re logged into your Steam account as well, and you’ll get registered for the closed alpha. Do note that this doesn’t guarantee access to the alpha, but it’ll at least get you in line. Players who get chosen for the alpha test will likely be informed via email closer to the date.

The start date for alpha testing is Sept. 29, 2022 and spaces are limited, so get in line ASAP. This game is a first-person shooter that puts players on teams to compete and eventually advance to THE FINALS.

The developer released a new trailer, which reveals realistic maps based on famous landmarks around the world. Many parts of the map are destructible which players are encouraged to use to their advantage. Players and weapons are customizable, adding another level of strategy to the game.

That’s all we have for requesting access to THE FINALS Alpha test. Check out some of our other new video game content like the Modern Warfare 2 Beta end date, game modes and MW2 maps.

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