How to sign up for EA’s Skate playtest
Here’s how you can sign up to EA’s highly anticipated Skate reboot playtest and beta phase so that you can play early.
Are you a fan of Skate and looking to get involved in the playtest? Here’s everything you need to know about signing up to EA’s Skate beta phase.
EA’s Skate is among the most highly anticipated games for the future, with releases such as Hogwarts Legacy, Atomic Heart, and Resident Evil 4 all equally enticing gamers.
Skate has a huge cult following, as the first three games were incredibly popular. The last Skate game was released over ten years ago, and you know what they say, absence makes the heart grow fonder.
Luckily, the free-to-play Skate reboot is in the works, and there’s even a way for fans to get involved in the game’s development through playtesting. So, for those interested in playing Skate’s beta, here’s how to sign up for the playtest.
How to sign up for Skate’s playtest
The Skate reboot is yet to receive a release date, as the devs seem keen on making sure the game is ready through playtesting.
The developers have been very transparent about the process, even providing community updates about the playtests and what stage of development the game is in. Players can become a “skate. insider” to get closer to the development process and even test the game out.
Simply follow these steps in order to sign up for Skate’s playtesting:
- Visit the EA Skate playtest registration web page.
- Hit the “Sign in to EA playtesting” button.
- Sign in or sign up for EA’s playtesting service.
- Select the platforms you play games on the most.
- Hit the “Sign-up” button at the bottom of the page.
- Congrats! You are now a skate. insider and eligible for an invitation to the game’s playtesting.
After these steps, keep an eye out for the email attached to your EA account for an invitation. You may also receive an email from EA requesting that you take a survey. Don’t miss this, as it will increase your chances of becoming a playtester, so fill it out and send it off as soon as you can.
EA also claim that even if you aren’t selected for the next playtest, “there will be more opportunities in the future,” so stay alert.
For more, check out some guides on various other games below:
GoldenEye 007 | Atomic Heart | Hogwarts Legacy | Grand Theft Auto 6 | Starfield | The Elder Scrolls VI | Resident Evil 4 Remake | Star Wars Jedi: Survivor
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