"We saw massive numbers of people piling into the beta on day 2 and a lot of excitement when we added a new map, Precinct, and another mode, Kill Confirmed," wrote Infinity Ward in a letter to fans. "We have some more surprises for you today, including Gun Game being added to the mix as well.
"We’ve already collected a ton of data and gathered lots of insights to help us make your full multiplayer experience the best it can be ?on November 4. We’re getting great feedback from you guys and we want to keep it coming," explained the studio.
"We’ve introduced a new matchmaking system into Infinite Warfare designed to provide the highest quality matches possible, and the Beta is our chance to stress test. We’ve been looking forward to the Beta because changes such as these require player data at scale in order to truly optimize the new system."
While some have been waiting a little longer than usual to be matched up in gameplay, it says that they are looking into this in order to prove a better experience come launch.
"We got you, just know that it’s all helping us optimize everything as we march toward launch. Just over the last two days, we’ve made numerous real-time modifications in-game that were only possible with your help."
All progress in this weekend's beta can be carried over to next weekend's, when Xbox One gamers will also get to test out the game.
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