While Medal of Honor multiplayer betas are now under way for both PS3 and PC, 360 owners are going to have to wait.
EA’s posted the following on the game’s blog, offering no specific reason for the delay:
Today we are coming to you with an update on the Medal of Honor beta. First, the good news. The PlayStation 3 and PC betas are in full swing with lots of great, constructive feedback flowing back to the team. For that, we thank you. We appreciate you sharing your candid feedback and for pointing out areas of improvement. That’s the beauty of a beta – your feedback will make the game better for everyone.
As for the Xbox 360 version of the beta, we are delayed and we apologize. To the Xbox 360 community, we say thank you for your continued patience. We are working to fix the issues that have caused this delay and, like you, we’re eager to get the game up and running at quality. As soon as we do, you’ll be the first to know. We can’t wait to hear your response to the game – feedback which will also certainly help ensure the game exceeds expectations when we ship this Fall. When the Medal of Honor beta does arrive on the Xbox 360, it will be open to Xbox 360 players who’ve pre-ordered the game and we will extend the beta to ensure all players have ample time to play and provide feedback for the final product. So stay tuned for an update. We hope to bring you some good news soon.
EA showed the game in multiplay on PS3 at E3 in June. The game ships for PS3, PC and 360 on October 12.