David Dague has posted another statement in regards to the online beta access codes for the upcoming multiplatform video game, “Destiny.” According to a report from the official Bungie website on Oct. 4, the community manager provided some tips for players that pre-order the shared-world first-person shooting title prior to the multiplayer play test announcement.
David Dague suggested that those who reserved “Destiny” at a participating retailer should check with the store in regards to getting an online beta access code. If the retailer isn’t on the list from the promotion, the community manager hinted that players should reserve the product at another shop that is eligible. You can check out some screenshots from the latest video game to be developed by Bungie in the slideshow near the top of this article and full statement below (courtesy of Bungie.net):
Did you pre-order with a participating retailer? If you did, call them up, and don’t take no for an answer. Some news, no matter how wondrous, travels slowly. If you didn’t reserve your copy with someone on the list, you have some tough choices to make. Loading a pool of testers into a Beta is a delicate matter. We need to choose our partners wisely.
Bungie confirmed the multiplayer beta for “Destiny” earlier this month following a leak. Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop and Walmart are the retailers confirmed so far that are participating in the pre-order promotion. The online play test is being planned during the early parts of 2014 before the official spring launch of the video game.
Activision holds the responsibility of releasing “Destiny,” which is being developed by the aforesaid Bungie studio, for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One high-definition consoles. You can pre-order the products from Amazon in the following links: “Destiny,” PS4 and Xbox One