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[quote user="IntenseJames"]How can I become a Beta Game Tester from home and get paid for it exactly?[/quote]You don't.
No games company is going to pay you to beta test at home. Any company that does pay testers would not allow you to take content home and potentially risk a leak of game content to the internet.
Plus game testing positions do not involve actually playing the game proper. Rather you'd be playing the same small section over and over and over and over again in order to find bugs to report to the developers.
Well I playtest at Ubisoft Montreal and I had to beat AC 3 SP,I played Ghost Recon Future Soldier MP and so on, and you don't have to repeat the same part over and over unless your in the early tests of the game and there's so many bugs in that section.The
people behind game testers look for bugs there's 8 game testers in a room and 4 people behind us looking for bugs, we gotta basically write is example was this mission fun? What character did you like the most? What character did you like the least? Besides
those questions you gotta write a big review on the game both negative and positive. The reason I asked on the Xbox Forums is because Ubisoft always tells me no that's impossible it can not be done,so I was thinking maybe there's another gaming company out
there that does Beta testing from home.which now I know it does not exist.But game testing is playing and beating SP games and playing MP games you get paid like 10$ an hour or you get to pick some Ubisoft titles from a game list they give you there like 15-25$
a game brand new since it's the company that gives it to you.They give you a choice between cash or games or both like example you get 320$ in a week for game testing they will show you the Ubisoft games list first because they save by you taking there games
over cash since it's there product I usually take a mix of like 1 game with cash.
I am not an expert or in the biz at all but wouldn't being a game tester require you to be at the game companies office being watched under constant strict supervision. Especially when the game is a AAA title they wouldn't allow you to test games at your
house. No doubt there would be a ton of legal mumbo jumbo and a non discloser agreement to sign. You would have to be a suit to have the ability to test from home. Even then it would probably be against company policy.