Bungie Looking for Beta Testers, Potential to Help Shape the Dev's 'Glorious Future' Included

Bungie revealed it is looking for beta testers to help "continue making improvements to our playlists, features, and online community." While the beta test appears to be specifically focused on current Bungie products, the listing also notes that those selected could potentially help "shape [Bungie's] glorious future."

On November 30, Bungie will release a set of three maps for its latest (and last) Halo title, Halo: Reach. The "Noble Map Pack" will be available on the Xbox Live Marketplace for 800MS Points ($10).

Bungie's next project, which has yet to be revealed, is a new intellectual property that will be published by Activision. The ten-year plan is to focus the studio's attention on the new I.P., and it sounds like those who are selected could find themselves staring at a brand new universe crafted by Bungie. But don't think that by signing up you're guaranteed to get in, Bungie says that "Not all who enlist will be selected."