How to Sign Up for Marvel Rivals Closed Alpha

Want to know how to sign up for the Marvel Rivals closed alpha? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. It’s a fairly simple process, little more than a questionnaire. The only trouble is figuring out where said questionnaire is, really. So, let’s get into it.

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how to sign up for marvel rivals closed alpha
How to Sign Up for Marvel Rivals Closed Alpha

When is Marvel Rivals Closed Alpha Coming Out?

The closed alpha of Marvel Rivals is coming out in May of 2024, but just because it’s a long way out, it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t sign up for it as soon as possible. There are bound to be a ton of people that’ll want to see what the game has to offer ahead of everyone else. And seeing how this is a closed alpha, the number of invitations will most likely be really limited. I’m not entirely clear how they’ll decide who gets the invitation. Maybe it’ll be first come, first served, or maybe it’ll be completely random. Either way, it won’t hurt to register early. Okay, but how do you do that? Let’s find out.

Where to Sign-Up for Marvel Rivals Closed Alpha?

To sign up for the Marvel Rivals Closed Alpha, all you have to do is fill out the registration form. You will have to provide some personal details, pretty standard fare. There’ll probably be more when and if you get the invite. What the form is more interested in is your history with video games and ranked PvP shooters in particular. Don’t feel like you have to fit a certain profile; developers tend to try and cast a wide net for testers. It doesn’t help them to have nothing but PvP shooter players, it’ll just skew the results. However, since the closed alpha is exclusive to PC, you’ll have to confirm that it meets the minimum requirements (Intel Core i5-6600k/Ryzen 5 1600X or better, GTX 1060/AMD RX 580 or better).

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