Not necessarily. While sending in a prompt application tells them you are serious about the game, they were more interested in what sort of computer and operating system you had, as well as your previous experience in testing games. The primary purpose of this first wave is to get all the bugs found and fixed before release.
And anyway, another application for the second wave is coming out this Monday, the 12th, which should be slightly less exclusive.
Still, the primary purpose is bug fixing, so if you are a casual player, it is probably best to wait until the final release.
Or you can still apply for that chance of getting in.
*sighs* apologies if my comment was a little 'rough' earlier...
I have a gaming PC (a HP Omen to be exact), which is more than capable of running the game smoothly and I unfortunately had to send in TWO applications because I made a mistake with the first one. (kinda of a "derp" moment if you ask me
I thought it was saying: "Do you want to be a tester for the limited access release of LOE" and I just said "yes". It was only after I took a long, hard look at the question to realise there was a "Why" in the very same question, soo that's why I had to send in a second application
I just feel bad for all the peope who didnt get in, that's all
While I do understand that they only want people who's had previous experience in these sort of things and they want general feedback as to how the game can be improved for when the game is fully released, I still think its kinda unfair how every-pony else was left out
Monday 12th eh?