BioWare Beacon Accepting Applications for Andromeda Multiplayer Beta
Have you ever wanted to be on the inside looking out? One of the cool people? If you’re reading this, you’re already one of the cool people. You’re the cream of the crop. You have risen above the rest and it is your time to shine. Nobody is going to take this moment from you. Well, hopefully nobody is going to take this away from you. If anyone is going to take this away from you, you can blame BioWare and the BioWare Beacon program. They’re the ones in charge.
— BioWare Beacon (@biowarebeacon) November 18, 2016
BioWare Beacon is a wonderfully useful tool for those looking to get into testing BioWare games before they are released, and also those who want to get their hands on some early access goodness from BioWare because they want it and they want it now! Both reasons are perfectly fine, but one might yield a vastly different outcome, and we’re pretty sure we know which is which. Luckily, the application process is relatively painless and will take little of your time. Sign in with your EA account, fill in some basic information about yourself, your enter your usernames across all social media platforms, answer how well you know Mass Effect, Dragon Age, and Star Wars: The Old Republic, list your three favorite games from the past decade, say some nice things about one of those games, say which upcoming non-BioWare game you are anticipating the most, and tell them why you are a good candidate for BioWare Beacon. Okay, that list may seem a bit daunting, but it’s really simple. Once you’re signed up, you’ll have to fill out an application for each beta test as it comes in. Currently, the only one available is the Mass Effect: Andromeda Multiplayer Tech Test, so if you want to get in on that awesomeness, sign up!
What are your thoughts on BioWare Beacon? Will you be signing up to have the chance at some early access for your favorite BioWare titles? On the more serious side, do you think people are going to abuse the system for their own personal gain? Let us know down in that comment section! Speaking of unicorns, have you seen the Underscares? If you haven’t seen them, you need to because you are in for a treat. A fantastically ridiculous treat. As always, keep it parked here at Don’t Feed the Gamers for all of your glorious gaming news needs. Don’t worry, we encourage loitering! Here, that is. We encourage loitering here.
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Eric is an editor and writer for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he is not staring at a computer screen filled with text, he is usually staring at a computer screen filled with controllable animations. Today's youth call this gaming. He also likes to shoot things. With a camera, of course.