SMITE is set to hit open Open Beta on the PS4 later this month (March 22). Once open beta hits, the game will be F2P for any PlayStation 4 user; although those wanting to get in a bit earlier can snag a Beta Code by liking SMITE on any of its social media accounts, including YouTube and Instagram.
In addition to the PS4 Open Beta, Hi-Rez will also be celebrating SMITE's second anniversary with daily events, sales, and more. Additional details on the celebration will be made available at a later time.
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