Those are some impressive stats. 343 Industries provided a helpful infograph for the Halo 5 Guardians Mutliplayer Beta.
A couple of interesting facts to come out was that the Blue Team won 52% of the time and that 20 million matches were played in just a short span of time. The graphic even tells us how long people have collectively held the Battle Rifle.
Josh Holmes, Executive Producer of Halo 5, expressed his excitement for the amount of feedback 343 had gotten since the beta release:
With the Halo 5: Guardians Multiplayer Beta being held so early in development, there is a laundry list of other bug fixes and improvements that we are tracking as a team. Far too many to document here. Everything from weapon placements on maps, to lighting improvements, to rule tweaks in game modes and modifications to the motion tracker to encourage more movement at higher levels of play. Our team constantly looks for ways to improve the game and we’ll continue to do so until launch later this year and beyond.
Looking back, this beta has been an amazing gift for us. The feedback we have received from all of you has been invaluable in helping us to improve our game. On behalf of the entire Halo 5: Guardians team, we thank you for your support. We absolutely couldn’t do this without you. I hope you enjoyed your first glimpse into the future of Halo multiplayer and look forward to sharing more with you in the months ahead.
Below is the video of Omnipression who was the only player to obtain the Killtactular medal by killing lots of dudes.