How to Sign Up for the Marvel Snap Closed Beta on Android

Marvel today unveiled plans for a new game called marvel snap which is about to be a faster version of the digital card genre. And while there is no set release date for the game yet, some players may get a chance to test it out now.

Along with announcing the game, Marvel launched a closed beta version of the first mobile game for Android gamers. There is no set end date for the beta, but as it continues more players will be invited to participate across various regions and platforms.

To start, only Android users in the United States, Canada, Philippines, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand will be able to participate by completing a survey available on the marvel snap website.

How to join the marvel snap closed beta

Assuming you meet the requirements to join the closed beta, you can start your marvel snap trip by visiting the game’s official website:

In the upper right corner of the screen, there should be a purple button that says “Join beta test”. Click this button to access more information about the closed beta.

From there, the first paragraph of the release announcing the beta will contain a hyperlink via the phrase “REGISTER HERE”. This link will take you to a closed beta screen that takes about five minutes to complete.

While completing the survey doesn’t guarantee you a spot in the Closed Beta, it’s the only way players can get an opportunity. Once you have completed the survey, if you are selected to join the beta, you will shortly receive an email notifying you of your access.

If you are one of those lucky enough to try marvel snap during this testing period, any progress made during the beta will remain in your account after the game’s official worldwide release. There will be no progress reset when the game moves from beta to official release.

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