BioWare has announced it’s started gathering information on those who’ve applied for beta testing of Star Wars: The Old Republic, and will be sending out invites soon.
So, if you have not signed up yet, get to it.
“We will be selecting testers from the Star Wars: The Old Republic community based on various requirements such as systems specifications, age, and region,” reads the notice on the official site. “Because the testing program requires feedback from within the community, you must have an active Star Wars: The Old Republic community account to participate (no banned accounts).
“The testing is limited to members who are 18 years of age or older and requires the acceptance of the Game Testing Agreement included in the TOR community sign-up process. Users that meet the requirements of the test and are selected for inclusion in the test program will be contacted via email (so make sure your email address is up to date!).
“Game testing for Star Wars: The Old Republic will be rolled out in several phases over an extended period of time. These test phases will begin with smaller, tightly focused test groups, and later tests will expand.”
Head on over to the site to make sure you are a registered member of the community. If you’re already a member, go to the Game Testing Portal to begin the sign up process.
Unfortunately, there are no “guarantees that you will be selected once you have completed the sign up process”, but it’s worth a shot.
Head on over to the site now for more details.
SWTOR is slated for release sometime after April 1, 2011.