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Rogue Company Closed Beta: How to get access

We show you how to gain access to the Rogue Company Closed Beta.
Rogue Company is a brand-new, third-person tactical shooter from developer First Watch Games and published by Hi-Rez Studios. If this sounds like something you would be interested in playing (or testing out), then we've got you covered, as we show you how to get access to the Rogue Company Closed Beta.

 

Rogue Company Closed Beta: How to join in

When it launches on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch later this year, it will be a free-to-play title. With this in mind, there are two ways to get access to the Rogue Company Closed Beta.

The first way to join the Rogue Company Closed Beta is very easy but requires you to open your wallet. All you need to do is purchase one of the Founder's Editions for the platform of your choice. 

  • Starter - $14.99
  • Standard - $29.99
  • Ultimate - $59.99

If you don't want to open your wallet to join the Rogue Company Closed Beta, there's another way, which requires some luck. 

 

Rogue Company Closed Beta how to get access
Opt-in for Twitch drops to get free access (Picture: Hi-Rez Studios)

 

While the steps below aren't guaranteed to get you access to the Rogue Company Closed Beta, you can try your luck by following the steps below.

Get Rogue Company Closed Beta access for free:

  • Link your platform accounts and your Twitch.tv account by following this link to qualify for Twitch drops.
  • Sign in to your linked Twitch.tv account and watch drop-enabled streams for a chance at getting Rogue Company Closed Beta access for free.
  • Once you've received a Rogue Company Closed Beta drop, a key will be emailed, which you can redeem on your platform's store, for example, the PlayStation Store.

Simply watching the drop-enabled streams for the Rogue Company Closed Beta gives you a chance at free access, which is obviously better than opening your wallet if you are still on the fence about the game.