UFC 5 fans will soon get an early taste of the game, thanks to the recently announced Closed Beta just around the corner!

EA Sports has officially opened its registration page for the UFC 5 Closed Beta, allowing players to sign up for a chance to receive a code.

Here’s how to get access to the UFC 5 Beta, when you will be able to play, and any FAQs you may have about the game:

UFC 5 Beta Registration – How to Sign Up to Get a Code

To sign up for a chance to receive a UFC 5 Closed Beta code:

  1. Go to the UFC 5 Closed Beta Registration page.
  2. Sign in to your EA Account or create an account if you don’t already have one.
  3. Scroll down and select your platform and region. You will also need to agree to the EA Terms & Conditions.
    • You can choose PS5 (North America), PS5 (Other Regions), or Xbox Series X|S.
    • The Beta is available in English only, with multiple languages at launch.
UFC 5 Beta Registration Platforms & Regions
  1. Click Submit.
  2. Codes will be sent out on September 20 via email. Only select registrants will receive one.
    • This will be on the email linked to your EA Account. If it doesn’t come through after some time, you may also want to check your ‘Junk’ mail.
UFC 5 Beta Sign Up Success

Please note: Signing up does NOT guarantee you will receive a code. However, it is required to be in with a chance of receiving one.

EA may also favor and give previous UFC 4 players a chance to try an early version of the new game.

Beta registration is now closed! Codes were distributed on September 20th. Congrats to those who received one!

When Does the UFC 5 Beta Start?

The UFC 5 Closed Beta starts on September 20, 2023, and ends on September 27, 2023. It will last for one week.

UFC 5 Beta codes were sent out on September 20. Make sure to check the email linked to your EA account to see if you were invited.

If you didn’t recieve a code, it means you weren’t invited and EA likely won’t distribute any more codes.

Previously, the Beta registration page mentioned that codes would be sent out in late August, but EA Sports’ Global Community Manager said this was an error.

Meanwhile, here are answers to some of the most common questions regarding the Beta:

How do I provide UFC 5 Beta feedback?

EA has set up a private feedback forum where those who received access can log in. If you encounter any issues during the Beta, it is encouraged that you let EA know via the forum.

One of the main reasons for EA giving fans a chance to play an early version of the game is so the players can provide helpful feedback. This allows EA to make any necessary changes and fix issues before launch, as was the case with UFC 4.

What modes will be available?

It seems you can only play online matches during the Beta. You will likely need to wait until launch to play Career and other modes.

Will my Beta progress transfer to the full game?

No, your stats and any progression you make in the Beta will not carry over to the full game when it launches.

Can I share content from the Beta?

No, you cannot share any videos or screenshots from the Beta. Captures are usually blocked on Closed Betas as well.

Streaming Beta footage is also against the T&Cs and will revoke your access.