The Chivalry 2 closed beta is on the horizon with 12 subclasses, various maps, and plenty more to enjoy. The sample of the game will also be crossplay, meaning you will be able to play alongside mates on either PS4, Xbox One, or PC via the Epic Games store. Some people are asking what time does the Chivalry 2 closed beta start, and here you’ll find the release time plus how to sign up and download on PS4, PC, and Xbox One.
A new trailer for the game has revealed a new beachside map named Lionspire. As for what the title is, know that it’s a first-person medieval multiplayer game that looks absolutely amazing. Its full release date isn’t until June, but you’ll be able to play it for a few days early provided you pre-order it now.
Below you’ll find the start time for the Chivalry 2 closed demo, and you’ll also discover how to sign up for it on PS4, PC, and Xbox One.
How to download the Chivalry 2 closed beta
You must pre-order Chivalry 2 before April 23rd to sign up for and download the closed beta.
Provided you pre-order Chivalry 2 before the above date, you will sign up for and be able to download the closed playable sample on PC via the Epic Games store, as well as PS4, Xbox One, PS5, and Xbox Series X.
Know that the playable sample is crossplay meaning you’ll be able to compete against friends on both PlayStation, Microsoft, and computers.
If you purchase it on PS5, know that it comes with enhanced features such as 4K visuals and DualSense controller adaptive triggers and haptic feedback (via PlayStation Blog).
You only need to pre-order the regular edition of the game for £34.99 (via PSN Store) to get access to the closed beta.
However, you can buy the Special Edition for £44.99 to get access plus following bonuses such as 1,000 Crowns and 5,000 Gold.
What time does the Chivalry 2 closed beta start?
The Chivalry 2 closed beta will start at the release time of 10:00 PT on April 23rd.
This means that the release time for when the Chivalry 2 closed beta will start should also be 13:00 ET and 18:00 BST on the same day.
All of the above hours were confirmed on the PlayStation Blog, meaning we don’t have too long to wait to duke it out in battles of carnage.
Again, you only need to pre-order the standard edition of the game to sign-up.