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3-21-2012 @ 8:11PM
How do I know if I am in yet? Will I receive an email or will a box appear on my battlenet page marked "Mists of Pandaria Beta Client" ?
3-21-2012 @ 8:14PM
Ah, a second picture's been added to the article. Guess that answers my question ;)
3-21-2012 @ 8:16PM
Probably both. There's usually an email notice, and the account page updates to allow you to download the beta client.
Probably both. The email should just be letting you know that the box is now there. Sadly, it isn't up on mine, but that doesn't mean much of anything right now /optimism
3-21-2012 @ 8:18PM
I'm just refreshing my Battle.net account page every 5 minutes.
3-21-2012 @ 8:19PM
Please remember DO NOT click anything on your email and go directly to your Battle.net account!
3-21-2012 @ 11:56PM
If anyone is able to figure out a formula for when beta invites are likely to go out, I'd love that.What I mean -- Invites go out based on if Blizzard knows you (ie- A blogger, worker, friend, family), how long you've had a WoW account, and how early you signed up for the annual pass.Personally, I'm a nobody with an account since early TBC who signed up for the annual pass immediately. No beta (yet).
3-22-2012 @ 8:54AM
Same here....I caught onto WoW right at the end of BC, just a few weeks before the zombie invasion, pre-WotLK. Got my Annual Pass to go through approximately 40 minutes after Morhaime announced it at BlizzCon....still no beta invite.....grrrr.....
3-22-2012 @ 1:21PM
Beta (Annual Pass) info from Blizzard:From https://us.battle.net/support/en/blog/4639484Customer Support is not able to provide beta access. World of Warcraft Annual Pass subscribers will be invited in waves over the course of the beta, and we will be ramping up the number of invitations we send out as quickly as possible. Annual Pass holders will be invited based on several factors, including how long their World of Warcraft account has been active and when they signed up for the Annual Pass. Our goal is to provide all Annual Pass holders access to the beta as soon as we can. Keep an eye on your Battle.net account and email inbox for your invitation to join the beta test!
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