How to Pre-Register for Wuthering Waves PC, iOS & Android

If you want to know how to pre-register for Wuthering Waves on PC, iOS or Android, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we are going to show you exactly how to do that. It’s actually fairly simple, but just in case you do get lost, we’ve got you covered. Let’s begin.

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how to pre-register for wuthering waves pc ios & android
How to Pre-Register for Wuthering Waves PC, iOS & Android

Wuthering Waves How to Pre-Register for PC, iOS & Android

The first step to pre-register for the PC, iOS and Android is to head to the game’s official website. Next, hit the Pre-register button at the bottom of the screen. The next step is to make a Kuro Games account if you don’t have one already. If you do, just sign in with your credentials. From there, just follow the steps laid out. Eventually, you’ll get a verification number sent to your email. Remember that it can sometimes land into your junk or spam folder, so be sure to check there. Enter the verification code into the required field and click “Submit.” That’s basically all there is to it. From then on, keep checking your email for the invite that’s (maybe) coming your way.

And, yeah, that’s how you pre-register for Wuthering Waves for PC, iOS and Android. The more people that pre-register, the more rewards are unlocked for everybody. At time of writing, the number is at well over sixteen million entries and climbing rapidly. Now, I don’t know whether you can choose which platform you’ll be invited on, but I assume that they’ll at least let you choose between iOS and Android, seeing has most people have one or the other. We’ll have to wait and see when the invites start flying out. If any invites do get sent out; maybe this won’t be any kind of early entry or beta testing. Perhaps this is just building hype and unlocking bonus items. Again, we’ll have to wait and see.

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