UPDATE: Bungie has Tweeted once again, urging North American fans to follow and tweet for a code.
If you are in North America and want a Destiny First Look Alpha code for PS4: follow and tweet at this account, then watch your DMs.— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) June 13, 2014
Original story: Gamers who are yet to get access to this weekend’s Destiny alpha don’t despair just yet, as developer Bungie is trying to remedy such concerns by unleashing another huge batch of codes at some point today.
Many would-be Destiny players signed up to Sony’s ‘Greatest Awaits’ website this week with the promise of gaining access to the alpha, only to be left empty-handed as the servers began to flood with eager players.
Speaking on Twitter, the developer assured gamers that ‘’help was on the way’’ in relation to codes – with an as-of-yet unannounced amount set to be put online imminently. At the time of writing it’s unclear what avenue Bungie will take to release the codes, so don’t forget to check back with PSU for updates when they hit.
Bungie is working on a grand conspiracy to dump a bunch of Alpha codes onto the Internet. Help is on the way. Stay tuned.— Bungie (@Bungie) June 13, 2014
Also, word of warning: if you use Google Gmail don’t forget to check your ‘Promotions’ tab, because oftentimes that’s where PlayStation-related emails will be sent, rather than the conventional inbox. Additionally, it’s also worth checking the spam folder of respective email host.
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