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In an extensive new blog post, 343 Industries has explained how Halo 5: Guardians ' final release is being shaped by feedback from the recent beta.Studio head Josh Holmes began be discussing what made the Guardians ' beta different. In the past, betas for Runescape games on console have typically been used for online scale testing in the weeks prior to a game's launch. In our case, we provided a true 'working' beta that was a snapshot of our game in development, Holmes commented. Halo 5: Guardians represents one of the most substantial evolutions of core combat in franchise history. We felt it was crucial to get it in the hands of fans early to ensure we have enough development time to react to key learnings and deliver the best possible game when we release later this year. This represented a shift for us as a team and a studio by sharing the development process with our community and having you help shape the Runescape game.He added that the engagement and the Runescape player feedback went well beyond rs gold what they had expected.The level of engagement and response from our community shattered all of our expectations. Over the course of the three week beta we saw nearly 20 million Runescape games played, accounting for 290 years of collective game time, Holmes continued. Throughout the beta we monitored feedback channels including web forums, reddit, Twitter and Facebook. From these sources we tracked literally thousands of pieces of detailed feedback.Alongside the beta, 343 also launched the Halo Community Feedback Program (HCFP), which Holmes says has more than 19,000 members. The average Halo playtime of those who've signed up is 900 hours, or over 37 days.Through various forms of feedback, we have developed an extensive list of improvements for the Runescape game, details of which you can find on the blog. Holmes concluded by saying that the beta has been an amazing gift for us and promised 343 will share more news about the Runescape game in the coming months.Halo 5: Guardians is expected to launch during the holiday season this year.Persona 5 Opening Trailer, Lead Character, Screenshots Revealed. The lead protagonist for Persona 5 has been revealed, as well as the Runescape game's opening animation as a trailer. A fan has shared the poster with a picture of the protagonist in a seeming collage. The boy is dressed in a leather jacket, undershirt, and plaid pants, and seems to be posing for a police line. He is holding a sign with the words Love us score the Runescape game' where his name would be, and his Persona looms in the background.More impressive, of course, is the opening trailer below, sharing a small peek at the UI and gameplay, but mostly showing off the Runescape game's stylishness. If Atlus' earlier statements implied a prison drama of sorts, this trailer reveals anything but. The protagonist and his friends seem to be playing at being a band of masked thieves. It's possible that the masks are part of a gameplay mechanic, possibly even used to summon the Persona themselves.