Ahhh! How Do I Access The Backer Beta Of Act 2??? (find out here) in DFA: Discussion and Feedback Posted April 27, 2015 Hey people!Since there isn't one, here's a thread with a summary of steps required to get into the backer beta. It'll be totally irrelevant tomorrow, so if you're not planning to play today, just ignore this and your game should update itself tomorrow as part of the public release. Step 1: Wait for an email titled "Broken Age Act 2 now available!" It will come from email@example.com and will contain a code. Step 2: Copy that code and open Steam. Step 3: Right click on Broken Age in your game library, select properties and click on the Betas tab and paste it in the text area specifically for pasting sweet, sweet codes. Step 4: Click the "Check Code" button (don't press enter!). Step 5: Select "Backer - Backer branch" from the dropdown list and then click Close. Step 6: Wait for the update to download. Feel good about being a backer and helping make this awesome game happen. Step 7: Start the game and enjoy \o/ If you haven't received your email, give it time. It's going to take a while for those 90,000+ emails to get out there. Give your spam folders, etc. a check too. Make sure you're checking the right email account - it'll be whichever one you previously received your Broken Age Steam key via (most likely the one you created your Kickstarter account with). If it's been A MILLION YEARS and you think you should've received the email by now, shoot an email through to firstname.lastname@example.org If you see a message saying "This is claimed", don't worry. The code is in the email, not on your Humble download page. If you can't find the code on your download page, don't worry. The code is in the email, not on your Humble download page. If you're still waiting and want something to do, why not check out latest awesome documentary episode, vote on what kind of box you think the $100 backer edition should have, celebrate your excitement here on the forums, put a shoe on your head, or play Act 1 again as a warmup (Tim recommends this!). So no DRM free download via HumbleBundle one day in advance? Just sucky Steam?