Section 8: Prejudice.
The beta will provide participants with their first taste of the new features and content introduced in Prejudice, as well as the enhanced Games for Windows-LIVE integration that includes streamlined matchmaking and improved server browsing.
“Feedback from the original Section 8 played a key role in how we shaped Prejudice,” said TimeGate CEO Adel Chaveleh, “and our multiplayer beta provides the perfect opportunity to further our commitment to the IP and our community."
"We’re very excited to directly engage with our fan base during the beta to see how players react to new features and content. Their valuable feedback will directly shape the final shipping multiplayer experience.”
The Beta is expected to go live sometime "this fall", and you can sign up for it .
Stay tuned for our interview with Design Director Brett Norton, coming later today.