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PlayStation players have had a couple of days of playtime on the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer beta thus far. During this short playtime, the reviews for the game are certainly mixed, which is to be expected. Since the game is in a beta stage, though, players don’t have access to a majority of the full multiplayer content. Still, what players do have access to has been fairly controversial so far. There are some aspects of the game players like, and some that players wish developer Infinity Ward would change. Feedback is crucial to getting a better game; beta periods are to help iron out a game’s wrinkles.
Of course, some players might not know how to go about delivering feedback to the developers, aside from commenting on social media posts. Luckily, there is an official way to leave constructive criticism for Infinity Ward regarding the Modern Warfare 2 beta. We explain how to go about doing that below.
Giving feedback on the Modern Warfare 2 beta
The primary way Infinity Ward has asked fans to leave feedback on the beta is through a thread on the Modern Warfare 2 subreddit. This thread is for the first weekend only, though, so players should continue to check Infinity Ward’s Twitter page, as that’s where they’ll post a new thread for the second weekend.
#ModernWarfare2 Beta Weekend 1 is finally here!
Head over to the r/ModernWarfareII subreddit and jump into our official feedback thread to tell us about your experience: https://t.co/dwma9G1NNX
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) September 16, 2022
In addition to this thread, the developers also stated that players can simply post a tweet or engage on other social media platforms. Players just have to make sure to type @infinityward and use the hashtags #modernwarfare2 and #mwII.
It goes without saying that in order to be taken seriously, feedback should be constructive. If someone posts a tweet or Reddit comment riddled with obscenities, then the developers won’t take that feedback. Keep things civil, and hopefully the developers take the community’s feedback and implement changes before the full release in October.
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.