XDefiant Beta Code

Getting your hands on an XDefiant beta code is not necessarily easy, but you do have several avenues to pursue. Ideally simultaneously, just to increase your odds. In this guide, we are going to give you every option to obtain a code for XDefiant that we’re aware off. We will also explain how to redeem them. With that said, let’s begin!

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XDefiant Beta Code

How to Get XDefiant Beta Code

There are several potential ways to get a code for the XDefiant beta. First off, if you’ve been a tester for the game before, the odds are good that you’ll get into the beta without going through most of the process. Another way is to follow certain influencers who post codes, like FaZe ZooMaa. Sometimes the developers, like PATTYP, also give out codes. Oh, and you can also sometimes obtain a code as a Twitch drop by watching affiliate streamers. IF a friend gets a code, they might be able to invite you in. Lastly, you can sign into the official site via the link provided below and hope that you get lucky.

How to Redeem XDefiant Beta Code

To redeem the beta code for XDefiant, the first thing you need to do is go to the official registration website, which you can do by clicking here. You will have to log in with your Ubisoft account. If you don’t have one, you’ll need to make it. Fortunately, you can do so during the registration process, so it shouldn’t be much of a problem. Once all that’s done, you’ll have the chance to input your beta code and select your platform of choice: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, Xbox One or Xbox Series X/S. Just follow the instructions on the website and you’ll be fine. You’ll get a download code after you’re done. Redeem the code on the platform you’ve picked earlier, and you should be good to go.

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