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Friday, 02 July 2010 07:59

Another delay for MOH 360 Beta

Written by David Stellmack
xbox360

Will be out before the title is released
Sources tell us that the Medal of Honor Beta for the Xbox 360 has again been delayed. While the Beta has already been going on the PlayStation 3 and PC for a bit now, the Xbox 360 version was delayed due to some problems specific to the 360 version.

The latest from our sources is that developers are working on getting the Xbox 360 version corrected so that the Beta on that platform can start, but they have not been able to fix all of the issues yet. The good news is that EA is saying that they will extend the 360 version of the beta to give Xbox 360 players a chance to experience Medal of Honor’s multiplayer beta.

The game is slated to arrive on all three platforms on October 12th, which actually isn’t that far away now. Despite our poking around trying to find the exact nature of the issues that are causing the problems with the Xbox 360 version of MOH, we have not been able to find anyone who will talk. All we know for certain is that it is broken and they are trying to fix it.

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