Wired: Bungie says that the Halo: Reach multiplayer work-in-progress released Monday is a real beta — that is, the gamemakers are looking for feedback from the millions of potential testers. Here’s mine.
As of Tuesday, the series’ most rabid fans have already racked up two million games and counting in the Xbox 360 beta, which is available this month to anyone who owns Halo 3: ODST. Bungie is using this massive test to make sure that the multiplayer for its upcoming Halo prequel has all the kinks ironed out. Every time players boot the game, a screen pops up asking them to share their thoughts with Bungie.
While I’ve found the beta to be a lot of fun, it’s still rough around the edges. Here are five things that I’d fix in time for Reach’s fall release.