How to get access to the New World Open Beta?

Not a while ago, the developer of the next and upcoming MMORPG, New World, has posted how to enter the next beta phase. The beta is entitled “Open,” but those who wish to have access to it have to do a couple of steps in order to acquire the client on their Steam account.

First of all, New World’s Open Beta is scheduled to begin on September 9 and last until September 12. During this time, players will set a foothold in Aeternum and experience some of its new weapons and gadgets that were added to the game since the end of the Closed Beta.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at the steps you need to do to get access to New World’s next Open Beta phase.

With this Open Beta, there will be no Steam keys to redeem. Instead, the developer will be using a new feature called Steam Playtest, at which players will be able to request access to the Open Beta beginning on September 8. How to do that?

  1. Open Steam
  2. Go to the New World store page
  3. Scroll down to “Join the New World Open Beta Playtest”
  4. Click “Request Access”

When the Open Beta begins on the 9th of September, players who have done the above-written steps will receive an email confirming they’re in. This will provide them with the game client in their Steam repository.

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