Published: Wed, September 11, 2019
Tech | By Anita Cain

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Beta Rolls Out This Thursday

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Beta Rolls Out This Thursday

As with the first weekend, Thursday and Friday will be limited to early access for Modern Warfare pre-orders on Xbox One and PC, though it will also be open to all PS4 players, regardless of pre-order status.

It's unclear what players will be able to access during the beta, but we're certain they'll be able to play the 2v2 Gunfight mode and the 6v6 standard multiplayer more.

Try out squad combat in the "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare" multiplayer Beta. Pre-load for the beta is available right now.

The first beta period is set to begin on September 12 at 12pm CT and end on the morning of September 16.

The rest of the Beta period, from Saturday, September 14, to the morning of Monday, September 16, is free to all PS4 owners. However, not everyone will be able to play the beta at the same time. The first weekend beta, from Thursday, September 12, to Monday, September 16, is exclusive to PlayStation 4 players. "Prior to a new title launching, our driver team is working up until the last minute to ensure every performance tweak and bug fix is included for the best gameplay on day-1", Nvidia explains.

All you have to do is answer the cryptic competition question to be in with a chance of getting a code. Log in via PlayStation, Xbox, Battle.net or Activision account. The exact time for when the beta will go offline hasn't been announced.

Beta Code Not Needed: If you pre-ordered Modern Warfare digitally, you are automatically ready to download the Beta.

The Modern Warfare beta preload will roll out between 10-11AM PDT on Tuesday, September 10. Modern Warfare will change maps, playlists, and "other content drops" as the beta progresses.

A new trailer released for the multiplayer Beta heavily features in-game vehicles, including ATVs, plus kill streaks granted to deadly players, like precision airstrikes. The game will release October 25th on PC, Xbox One and PS4.

"If you find the Beta Codes email in either of these folders, make sure you mark these emails as "Not Spam" so you can continue to receive important messages from Call of Duty".

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