How to Participate in Warzone Mobile Closed Alpha

Check your emails!

May 28, 2022

Activision has already started sending out invitation codes for its upcoming Warzone Mobile experience in the Closed Alpha phase. Here is how to participate in the test if you have been invited.

Call of Duty Mobile is currently the only COD experience on the go, but Activision is determined to deliver a Battle Royale-focused mobile game in the near future as they are going to begin Alpha testing in a few weeks.

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Project Aurora, commonly known as Warzone Mobile, is supposed to begin a new era of gaming on mobile as Activision claims in the invitation emails to test the Alpha version of the game.


You Should Sign an NDA Before Being Allowed to Opt-In for Warzone Mobile Closed Alpha Test

According to a leaked image from Activision’s invitation email for Project Aurora’s Closed Alpha session, all players who are invited have to sign an NDA to not share any screenshots or videos from the Alpha version of the game.

Players will need to click on a link at the end of the email to sign the NDA and opt-in for participating in the closed alpha testing, which is supposed to begin earlier next month.

As Activision claims, players will not have access to all features of the game during the closed alpha, but they will still require participants to answer a series of questions in multiple surveys in order to provide feedback for the development team. All the features that you will experience during the test are subject to change.

Last but not least, Activision also revealed the device specs for running the alpha version of Project Aurora:

Phase 1 Device Specifications:

  • iOS: iPhone 12 Pro & Max, iPhone 13 Pro & Max (6 GB devices)
  • Android: Samsung S20 and Samsung S21

Make sure to check your emails regularly in the coming days, and if you receive the invitational email, sign the NDA and opt in as soon as you can.

Mehrdad Khayyat

Mehrdad (He/Him) is a Senior Staff Writer at DualShockers. He started writing about video games when he was a high-school student. He's probably one of those rare Rainbow Six Siege fans that have the game installed and updated on every available platform.

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