What you need to know
- Bleeding Edge is an upcoming team brawler from Ninja Theory.
- The second closed beta begins today, with progress carrying over into the full game.
- The Bleeding Edge closed beta will also be playable through Project xCloud on Android.
- Bleeding Edge is scheduled to release on March 24.
While the final closed beta test for Bleeding Edge is about to begin, there's some exciting news. Players will be able to play the beta through Project xCloud on Android devices. This is a great time to test how the service holds up during a fast-paced multiplayer game.
The #BleedingEdgeBeta starts in 2 hours! ⌚👀
We're also super excited to share that the beta will be available through the Project xCloud preview on Android phones and tablets! To sign up, visit https://t.co/f7bcxHSa1G pic.twitter.com/t7hn8t97V4The #BleedingEdgeBeta starts in 2 hours! ⌚👀
We're also super excited to share that the beta will be available through the Project xCloud preview on Android phones and tablets! To sign up, visit https://t.co/f7bcxHSa1G pic.twitter.com/t7hn8t97V4— Bleeding Edge (@BleedingEdgeNT) March 13, 2020March 13, 2020
The beta begins today in about half an hour and will run through March 16. If you're not sure how to take part in the closed beta, you can check the list of options here. Do know that if you qualified for the previous beta, then you're good for this one as well.
Naturally, if you want to play the beta through Project xCloud, you'll need to be signed up and using it already. If you would like to sign up for Project xCloud, you can follow the instructions at the link below.
If you want to enroll in the limited beta testing for Microsoft's game streaming service Project xCloud you need to go here first!
Make your phone and Xbox One controller an easy pairing
The idea is simple, but the execution with this licensed phone clip makes it a no-brainer if you're playing the Project xCloud preview.
Works for me
After playing one match it works wonders like just being on the laptop or Xbox one
This is a first. They're making history.
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