Palia Closed Beta Sign Up

If you want to know how to sign up for the Palia closed beta, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! The process is pretty simple, as it turns out. You’ll still have to get lucky and get an invitation, but hey, it’s worth rolling the dice. Costs you nothing, especially if you plan to play Palia and would have an account anyway. Here’s what you have to do.

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palia closed beta sign up
Palia Closed Beta Sign Up

How to Sign Up to Palia Closed Beta

To sign up to the Palia closed beta, you have to make a Palia account. You can do so right here. Then, you have to wait to receive an invitation from the developers. That should also contain instructions on how to download the beta and access it. I don’t know whether everyone that makes an account will receive an invitation; in fact, I’m willing to bet you won’t. Closed betas generally have a limit on the amount of people they include. On the brighter side, according to the official Palia website, the NDA will lift for all players when the beta begins on August 2nd (at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET / 7 PM CEST). Those of you that have played the alpha test don’t have to make a new account.

And there you have it. that’s how you sign up for the upcoming Palia closed beta. Oh, and lest I forget: all the progress you make during the testing period will carry over to the full game. Not only that, but it will probably also carry over to the open beta, which will begin on August 10th. Back to the closed beta, though. The developers will be releasing new invitations in daily waves. So, if you have made an account, keep checking the email you’ve used to register every day. Don’t forget to peep into the spam folder, just in case. I hope you get lucky and experience the magical world of Palia early!

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