Project Resistance beta codes are being delivered today for PS4 players, so if you managed to register during the limited sign-up period, check your email right now. The beta is only going to run for a few days, so you shouldn’t waste the opportunity to try the upcoming game. A new Resident Evil title is always bound to be exciting, although Project Resistance isn’t quite what fans of the series had in mind after Resident Evil 7.
Project Resistance beta codes | How can I get a code?
The short answer for PS4 players is, you can’t get a code anymore. The registration period ended on September 18, which means that you’ve already missed the boat. However, it wasn’t a standard registration process, either; you have to be a Resident Evil Ambassador to participate in the beta.
The Resident Evil Ambassador Program is a free subscription-based system where players are encouraged to share their enthusiasm for the franchise through their personal blogs and social networks. Capcom will also send some special information about Resident Evil events and campaigns to subscribers.
On Xbox One, you need to be a member of the Xbox Insider Program to play the Project Resistance beta, and an Xbox Live Gold Membership is required to join. You can still participate in the Xbox One beta if there are some slots available, since this is offered on a first-come first-served basis.
To do so, go to the Xbox Insider Hub, navigate to Insider Content, Games, and choose Project Resistance. Select Join and wait until the registration process concludes. If everything goes smoothly, you should be able to install Project Resistance starting today, September 30, 2019.
Project Resistance beta | When can I play?
The Project Resistance closed beta runs for a very brief period, being live for three days only. If you were one of the lucky few selected players, you should save the following dates: Friday, October 4, 12:00 a.m. Pacific time through Monday, October 7, 12:00 a.m.
While short, the closed beta test should help to dispel any doubts regarding Project Resistance’s brand of asymmetrical 4v1 gameplay. At the very least, you’ll be able to get a feel for the game and hope for the best when it comes to the recently revealed offline story mode.