More details are here regarding the Marvel Rivals Closed Beta Test, including rewards and tournament information.

We first heard news of another Marvel Rivals test in June 2024, shortly after a successful Closed Alpha. Now, we have confirmation of the Marvel Rivals Closed Beta, with its dates, an in-game tournament, and rewards you can earn.

We've got you covered with everything you need to know about the test.

When is the Marvel Rivals Closed Beta Test?

The beta test begins near the end of July 2024. For specific dates, start time and end time, look no further:

  • Start: July 23, 2024 at 3 p.m. PT
  • End: August 5, 2024 at 12 a.m. PT

That's almost two weeks of testing you can do on any available system. The beta opens the doors for console users rather than just players on PC through Steam.

Twitch drops and beta exclusive rewards

(Image via NetEase)
(Image via NetEase)

You'll be able to claim plenty of rewards that will actually stay with you into the full release of the game. That is if you use the same login upon the official launch. For those playing the Marvel Rivals Closed Beta Test, you have a chance to earn the Cyan Clash skin for Venom.

In addition, you can earn access to the beta through Twitch Drops. From July 25 until July 28, certain creators will have Drops Enabled on their stream. More details are coming at a later time, but if you don't get picked to participate, this is a great way to earn entry.

Marvel Rivals Closed Beta Tournament - War of the Realms

Much like they did during the Closed Alpha Test, the Marvel Rivals Closed Beta Test will have an in-game tournament. Registration opens up on July 25 and ends on July 30. The tournament itself takes place on July 30 through August 4.

There are regional tournaments for North America, Europe, and Asia. For console testers, however, War of the Realms will be a unified tournament with every region and console available. The tournament is a 6v6 format, so get your team and get ready!

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