The mobile version of Call of Duty: Warzone was officially announced by Activision earlier this year, and now the company has confirmed the start of closed alpha testing.
The alpha version is referred to by the codename “Project Aurora“, and there is currently no way for players to register to participate.
The alpha is closed at the moment, and to enter, you have to receive an invitation. It’s being done to iron out things like bugs, server capacity at peak game times, and feedback of all kinds from guest players.
These select people are invited by the development studio and hired testers. While these players aren’t supposed to reveal any details, information from the upcoming battle royale’s closed alpha leaks.