Developer Bungie shut down its open “Destiny” beta last night after opening it to all players on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. "The Beta has been eye-opening so far," Bungie said last Thursday. "We’ve watched the world of Destiny come to life. Guardians from every platform have arrived at the Tower from their battles in the wild. We have watched your adventures with great interest, and listened to your feedback. Your missions have provided us with volumes of discoveries we can use to prepare for the launch of Destiny in September."

The Bellevue, Washington-based developer counted down to the beta’s closing on its official Twitter account on Sunday.

The developer assured fans it is actively listening to player feedback for the multiplayer game, which will launch Sept. 9 for the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. Bungie also noted to deliver the best game possible, it wanted to reach a high number of players during its beta phase.

"Our work is not done. There is more we can learn. To make this happen, we need more Guardians to play. This is, above all else, a test. Help us deliver the game you deserve. Before we shut this party down, we’ll welcome everyone who wants a preview of this brave new world.”

The “Destiny” alpha ran June 12-16 -- and Bungie reported more than 6 million games were played during the test.