Following the recent Modern Warfare 2 Beta, Infinity Ward has thanked fans for their ongoing feedback on the game, while many fans seemed to the enjoy the Beta, it seems that some players were left less than impressed.
It seems that Activision are happy with how Modern Warfare 2 is shaping up so far, the team revealed that the second Beta weekend managed to rack up the most players, hours and matches than seen before in any other Call of Duty beta.
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This means the Modern Warfare 2 Beta has been the largest and most successful Beta in the whole Call of Duty series, so much so that developer Infinity Ward has shared a message of thanks to participating players.
Infinity Ward said “As we head into launch, we are going to be making some adjustments based on learnings from the beta”.
“One of the most important parts of the beta is having you, the players, find new bugs and issues for us. We are grateful to the community for coming together to help us fine-tune this game – and we can’t wait to show you even more”.
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Although this all seems to be incredibly positive news, it appears that not all players were happy with their experience.
CharlieIntel took to Twitter sharing the success of the Beta, however some of the responses from fans branded it “the worst beta experience ever”.
The post read “The Modern Warfare II beta was the biggest Call of Duty beta of all time. Most players online; most matches played in a CoD beta; most hours played ever in a CoD beta.”
It didn’t take long for the post to be flooded with replies from fans who were less than impressed with the game.
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Of course, it’s normal for the title to rustle up mixed reviews, it looks like fans will just have to wait until the game’s official launch and hope the title is a roaring success.
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