iBETA GAME TESTING
Why should I test my game with iBeta?
Quality and Player Experience: Video games are complex software systems that need to provide a seamless and enjoyable experience for players. iBeta ensures that the game functions as intended, with minimal bugs, glitches, crashes, or performance issues. By conducting thorough testing, iBeta helps improve game quality, enhancing both the player experience and their satisfaction.
Game Stability and Reliability: iBeta’s QA testing helps identify and address stability issues within the game. It involves testing for crashes, freezes, or other technical issues that can disrupt gameplay. By helping to resolve these issues, iBeta contributes to a more stable and reliable game, minimizing frustration and maximizing player engagement.
Gameplay Balancing and Mechanics: Manual testing plays a crucial role in balancing gameplay elements and mechanics. By testing and fine-tuning game parameters such as difficulty levels, character abilities, item attributes, or in-game economy, QA testing helps ensure a fair and enjoyable experience for players. Balancing gameplay elements is vital to maintain player interest and promote long-term engagement.
Multiplayer and Online Functionality: Many games feature multiplayer or online components, which require extensive QA. Testing network connectivity, matchmaking, server performance, and synchronization across multiple players is crucial to provide a smooth multiplayer experience. iBeta helps identify and resolve issues that can affect online gameplay, ensuring a stable and enjoyable multiplayer environment.
Compliance and Certification: Video games often need to meet specific industry standards, platform requirements, and certifications. iBeta can play a critical role in ensuring compliance with these standards and guidelines. This includes meeting technical specifications, adhering to content rating guidelines, and passing certification processes imposed by console manufacturers or digital distribution platforms.
Localization and Global Reach: Localization is vital for games targeting international markets. It involves testing localized versions of the game to ensure accurate translation, proper cultural adaptation, and functionality across different languages, regions, and platforms. By conducting localization QA, game developers can provide a consistent and engaging experience to players worldwide.
Post-Release Support and Updates: QA should continue even after a game’s release. As new updates, patches, and downloadable content (DLC) are introduced, ongoing testing helps maintain game stability, address post-release issues, and ensure that updates do not introduce new bugs or conflicts. This post-release QA is crucial for providing ongoing support to players and maintaining a positive reputation.
The iBeta team is a leader in software game testing having worked with some of the most recognized gaming brands in the world. Professionally trained in the art of functional game testing, our team of testers pay great attention to detail and take pride in our thorough reporting of gaming defects. We’re also unbelievable game players!
iBeta can either work independently on your game testing project or integrate seamlessly into your current QA team depending on your company’s needs and preferences. We test on all applicable operating systems and devices (no emulators) to ensure that your users have the best experience possible no matter where they decide to play.