In a conversation with NowGamer at E3, Ubisoft’s Tommy Jacob discussed the firm’s plans for a beta release of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier.
Ubisoft will be releasing a multiplayer beta for the game in the first quarter of 2012 and, according to Jacob, feedback from beta testers will be very important to the development of the game’s multiplayer component.
“The feedback of the players is very important, and every Thursday in our studio we do a ‘fresh eyes tests’, to take a step back and survey the multiplayer and get feedback from newcomers”
Jacob also revealed that the team “have plans to integrate a lot of social features to help the bragging rights aspect of multiplayer”, but they’re not releasing any specifics about that, yet.
You can see NowGamer’s full interview with Creative Director, Tommy Jacob, here.