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Your last chance to get Honkai: Star Rail Final Closed Beta access is a Twitch Drops event

A final shot at a limited beta.

Honkai Impact 3rd and Genshin Impact developer Hoyoverse has announced a special Twitch Drops campaign for their upcoming sci-fi action RPG Honkai: Star Rail featuring Final Closed beta access and an exclusive digital frame as rewards. 

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The Twitch Drops campaign will grant Final Closed Beta access to the first 20,000 players who link their accounts and complete the campaign. Viewers can also earn an exclusive HoYoLAB avatar frame.

Players have to head to the official Honkai: Star Rail Twitch event page, and they can connect their Twitch and HoYoverse accounts. Surprisingly, this beta access comes with a caveat — it is skipping iOS and Andriod platforms and will only be available to players on PC.

The final closed beta access will allow players to explore the large section of the game’s world and test out the combat system.

The event’s official rules state that beta players will have to watch any channel streaming Honkai Star Rail with drops enabled to earn a shot at beta access. This Twitch Drops campaign will begin February 10 and last for the duration of the Final Closed Beta itself.

Honkai: Star Rails Final Closed Beta is set to begin February 10 and has no end date. Previous closed betas ran for two weeks, and if there’s no change in the release window, then the upcoming beta’s approximate end date should be February 24. This Twitch event will be the last way players can access the Final Closed Beta, as final signups for all platforms have ended. After this final beta, all progress will be wiped, leading to the full version of Honkai: Star Rail, which is slated for a 2023 release.


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