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Project Aurora closed alpha email invites are hitting inboxes

It looks like Project Aurora email invites are out in the wild, so the closed alpha test for Activision’s latest mobile title will be underway soon

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Some lucky cadets out there now have Project Aurora emails from Activision and the team behind the upcoming game, which many believe to be Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile, and these emails contain an invite that allows the recipient to take part in the Project Aurora closed alpha test, which indicates that testing is underway, or at least on the horizon.

We know that the Project Aurora email invites are out in the wild thanks to a tweet from @murda-warzone, a Twitter account dedicated to Warzone Mobile information and updates. The email reads, “thank you for opting in to help us [with the] closed alpha for Project Aurora. Be on the lookout for another email from us in the future that will contain all you need to get started.”

Unfortunately, if you don’t receive an official Call of Duty: Project Aurora email invitation, you can’t get access to the closed alpha. However, that’s not to say that you can’t sign up for a future test. It’s just that given the game is “still deep in development”, a smaller pool of players is necessary.

It’s also worth pointing out that Activision is yet to give the game an official reveal. While we do believe it to be Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile, it’s still just speculation at this time.

Call of Duty: project Aurora release date speculation

Given the game is only at the closed alpha stage, it’s safe to say that a full launch is still some time away, but as soon as more details come to light, we will let you know.

In the meantime, why not dive into Activision’s current mobile shooter, and use our Call of Duty: Mobile codes guide to grab yourself some freebies. Or, you can check out our picks for the best games like PUBG for a similar yet different experience.