DICE’s very own Daniel “zh1nt0” Matros had the job to tweet the clarification to all his followers and BF4 fans regarding the alpha invites glitch. EA decided to send out some invitations to the upcoming alpha testing of their shooter Battlefield 4. It was of course all a big misunderstanding, and EA had to retract their statement and issue it as an error.
They’ll not be accepting any additional entries into their alpha for the moment, but may do in due course. Daniel Matros’s full apologetic tweet can be seen below:
@zh1nt0 EA eabastian To clarify: We accidentally sent e-mails about an invitation out. This is not a second wave of Alpha invites. 🙁
— Arvid (@Sleepzou) June 25, 2013
The alpha testing phase offers selected players an exclusive opportunity to delve into the game’s immersive world, providing valuable insights and feedback to the developers. Participants in the alpha testing phase will have the chance to experience a range of thrilling features, from intense combat scenarios to cutting-edge weaponry and vehicles. This testing phase aims to fine-tune gameplay mechanics, identify and rectify any bugs or glitches, and ensure a polished gaming experience for players.
By granting players early access to select maps and content, the alpha testing phase promises to offer a tantalising glimpse into the world of Battlefield 4. Participants will have the opportunity to shape the game’s final version by sharing their thoughts, suggestions, and observations with the development team.
EA’s highly anticipated first-person shooter will make it’s way to the Xbox 360/One, PlayStation 3/4 and Windows PC on October 29th in NA, 31st in Australia, and November 1st 2013 in Europe.
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