Update 4/23/21 9:47 PM ET: Torn Banner Studios has resolved the issue affecting Xbox players.
What you need to know
- The Chivalry 2 Closed Beta has been extended until April 27, 2021 at 10:30 AM ET.
- The extension is due to issues Xbox users have been having, preventing them from accessing the beta.
- Torn Banner Studios says fixes are on the way soon.
The Closed Beta for Chivalry 2 that players can get access to by preordering the game has been extended until Tuesday April 27, 2021 at 10:30 AM ET due to technical issues Xbox players are having trying to access the beta. Currently, many Xbox players are unable to play the game entirely, which has prompted developer Torn Banner Studios to extend the beta.
According to the Chivalry 2 Twitter account, fixes have been deployed and Xbox players should now be able to download and play the beta.
We will be extending the Chivalry 2 Crossplay Closed Beta on all platforms until 10:30am ET on Tuesday April 27.EXTENSION UPDATE
We will be extending the Chivalry 2 Crossplay Closed Beta on all platforms until 10:30am ET on Tuesday April 27.— Chivalry 2 (@ChivalryGame) April 23, 2021April 23, 2021
Chivalry 2 is available to preorder now on Xbox and PC for $40, and the full game launches on June 8, 2021. If you're interested in playing the game early, preordering it now is a good idea since you'll get access to the extended Closed Beta. I recommend checking the game out if you like these types of games, as it's a ton of fun (check out my Chivalry 2 preview for more on why). If you aren't, make sure you check out our roundup of the best Xbox games and best PC games available for more options.
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Chivalry 2 is the sequel to the famed Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, featuring skillful melee combat and massive multiplayer battles.
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