Bungie looking for alpha and beta testers for Destiny
Tweet from Bungie senior UI designer warn players not to seek out invites from third parties.
Halo and Marathon creators Bungie are currently accepting applications for alpha and beta testers for its upcoming shooter Destiny.
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According to a Twitter message from Bungie’s senior user interface designer David Candland, the company is looking for interested applicants. He also warned gamers not to accept beta invites from third party sources. Players who wish to apply can do so on this page.
Destiny was announced last February and was unveiled as a sci-fi first-person shooter with social and online elements. The game was also confirmed to be released on the upcoming Sony console, the PS4. There is no release date for the game as of yet.
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