The Halo 5: Guardians multiplayer beta ended just a few weeks ago on Jan. 18, but Microsoft has some stats to chew on that should give us an idea of just how much information it pulled from the experience.
Over the course of the beta, players logged nearly 290 years worth of collective gameplay. Twitch streamed over 5000 years worth of video of the beta to viewers, as well.
6.5 billion rounds put down 181 million players across 20 million matches, of which the Blue team won 52.55 percent.
In those 20 million matches, only once did a player put down enough opponents to earn a Killpocalypse medal, which requires that you kill 9 opponents in a very short time period.
That’s a lot of Halo 5 and a lot of dead spacemen in colorful armor.