EA announces that beta testing of Battlefield 2142 will open up to another
10,000 testers tomorrow, with a paid subscription no longer required to test DICE's coming shooter sequel, though a
free registration is:
The Battlefield 2142 public beta period has been
extended until Tuesday, September 12. In addition, due to the overwhelming
response to the beta, DICE and EA have opened 10,000 new slots to the public.
The 10,000 new slots are available on a first-come, first-served basis starting
Friday, September 8th at 10am PST. A free GameSpy ID is required to participate.
A new version of the tuning beta is also available now, which already includes
more than 1,000 changes to the game based on feedback from the beta to date.
Current players will need to download the new client, but no new access key is
The beta has been a huge success over the past two weeks, with more than 65,000
gamers participating, helping DICE secure a clean launch for the game on October