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Post by Eorl @ 09:12am 04/07/14 | 5 Comments
Sign-ups for Turtle Rock's upcoming team-based first-person monster hunting extravaganza Evolve have now moved into alpha testing, with the studio now allowing eager PC players the chance to singup for the alpha. Sadly though, there is a catch - you'll need to be living in North America to be acccepted.

Turtle Rock community manager Jess Damerst took to Twitter to give the password required on the official website, "happyhunting," along with a referral ID "JoinTheHunt" to complete the survey. Those in Australia eager to jump in though will note a very strict requirement outlining that only those in the North American region will be accepted, even with the ability to select other regions in the survey. An attached promotional image states participants should not disclose details of the alpha, and that the studio is aiming to have the participant list finalised by this Saturday, July 5th.

If you happen to miss your chance on PC, Turtle Rock is also planning on releasing an exclusive Xbox One open beta thanks to a partnership with Microsoft, which also includes first access to all DLC.

Want to know more about Evolve? Check out our recent hands-on preview of the game to see all of our latest impressions, including a sneak peek at the recently revealed Kraken monster.



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Tollaz0r!
Posted 09:34am 04/7/14

Participants must: (i) have a PC that can run the game, (ii) have a working Steam Account, (iii) be able to support a large coordinated user test on the game, and (iv) be located in mainland North America.


:(
WirlWind
Posted 10:33am 04/7/14
I dunno why they bothered asking what country you were from in the survey then...
Eorl
Posted 10:35am 04/7/14
Heh, skipped that entirely so didn't notice, cheers Toll. Yeah was strange that they then asked what country you were from if its restricted to North America.
Tollaz0r!
Posted 12:24pm 04/7/14
To act as a 'got ya' for anyone that isn't (who who say they aren't) in North America?
fryzeegunner
Posted 06:25pm 04/7/14
i signed up anyway as NA
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