Train2Game news: Starhawk multiplayer beta now open to all

Train2Game Blog readers may have this blog post last month about the Starhawk multiplayer beta being open to PlayStation Plus subscribers.

The good news is that the Starhawk beta is now open to all PlayStation 3 users. To find out how to get involved, visit the PlayStation Blog. Developer Lightbox describe the beta as a “crucial step” as they test game balance, server traffic and general bugs

Find out more about the third person shooter in the Starhawk open beta trailer below.

Beta testing is an excellent way for Train2Game students, especially those on the Games QA Tester course to practice their bug hunting skills. Not only that, but in an interview with the Train2Game blog, Trion Worlds Senior QA Tester Karl Tars said that beta testing is potentially a way to get into the industry.

The Train2Game Blog will be sure to keep you up to date with the latest beta testing opportunities.

So Train2Game, will you be getting involved with the StarHawk public beta?

Leave your comments here on The Train2Game Blog, or on the Train2Game forum.

1 thought on “Train2Game news: Starhawk multiplayer beta now open to all

  1. Having played the closed Beta for this game I found it very interesting it isn’t generally my style as in the whole space thing going off however I did really enjoy the game itself, never focused on the bug searching progress as I was playing more how enjoyable it was and how it all fits together trying to understand the concept of the game, shared this closed beta with a few other friends as well they really enjoyed it as well, il go back to the public beta at some point if I get the time this week

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