343 Indus­tries and Microsoft are final­ly ready to release Halo Infi­nite this hol­i­day sea­son, after a rather long delay of a full year. You still have a chance to try the Halo Infi­nite beta (a tech test real­ly), since it has offi­cial­ly begun. In order to get a shot at play­ing in the this tech test, you’ll have to go through some extra steps.

More than 100,000 peo­ple have already reg­is­tered for the beta, but a lot of them haven’t ful­ly com­plet­ed their Halo Insid­er pro­files. The first beta invi­ta­tions have already went out, though the longevi­ty of your Halo Insid­er mem­ber­ship does play a role. Invites will con­tin­ue to be sent, with more com­ing in the future.

It’s rel­a­tive­ly sim­ple to sign up. You can check out what you need to com­plete in order to have a chance at get­ting a spot in the beta.

How To Sign Up For Halo Insider

The Halo Insid­er pro­gram is free and open to every­one across Xbox con­soles and PC. You can join the Halo Insid­er pro­gram on Microsoft­’s web­site, with a sim­ple straight­for­ward process to complete.

How­ev­er, you should be aware of a few impor­tant items. You must be 18 years old to par­tic­i­pate, and you need to agree to a con­fi­den­tial­i­ty agree­ment (since the beta is tech­ni­cal­ly closed). This means if you get accept­ed into the beta, you can’t dis­close any sur­veys, images, videos or any­thing else, except what’s allowed.

Of course, you need to enter an email address that you actu­al­ly use in order to get infor­ma­tion about the insid­er pro­gram. You’ll also need to pro­vide a num­ber of per­son­al specifics like your coun­try and time zone.

The sign-up page then asks which Halo games you’ve played, which ones you pre­fer best, and what kinds of modes with­in those games you favorite. 

It will also ask you what plat­forms and con­trollers you own, what dis­play set­tings you have and what audio set­up you play games on. You can also opt in to PC-spe­cif­ic beta tests on the sign-up page, were you’ll then be asked to share the specs for your PC, as well as your Steam ID–if you have one.

Once you’re all signed up, all that’s left to do is wait and see if you’re cho­sen. Microsoft has stat­ed the invi­ta­tions are lim­it­ed, and the com­pa­ny choos­es par­tic­i­pants based on “spe­cif­ic goals.”

Microsoft said you can improve your changes by mak­ing sure your Halo Insid­er pro­file is com­plete and accurate.