All that’s confirmed is that the beta will run on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Origin users will eventually have an opportunity to participate as well, as EA and Ghost Games will host a beta ahead of the game’s November release. You’re not forever alone. If you have an EA/Origin account tied to your Xbox or PlayStation account, you can hit the link and add your name to the pile.
Looking to ride or die a little bit earlier than the rest?
Players who want to sign up for the closed beta will be directed to a page containing terms of agreement that they have to approve first.
Electronic Arts explain that players taking part in the beta will help the team at Ghost Games iron out any technical issues so as to provide a smooth launch and a great experience as they continue development. We will bring you any new information on Need for Speed as soon as it becomes available.
As silly as the latest Need For Speed looks, I’m kind of keen on the game. Need For Speed will feature a deep customization utility similar to the old Need For Speed: Underground games.
Sign ups for the beta close on September 25 which suggests the beta could be held just after this time ahead of the game’s November launch, either that, or it’ll be held on or around the 25th.