A chance to preload the title
The most awaited first-person-shooter of the year, especially this time around in Call of Duty’s long-awaited return to the beloved classic gameplay, will be hosting its very own public beta this weekend – here are all the details you need to know before playing Modern Warfare.
First off, I’d check out the Multiplayer Beta Trailer above. Providing a little insight, we’ll be getting a whole lot more than simply Gunfight as we did a few weeks back. The publishers are determined to listen to the community through the roadmap of the title’s release. Do note, that this beta is a completely different file to the Gunfight alpha, and a new download will have to be completed.
Running from the 12th to the 16th of September, the only PS4 owners will have the possibility of playing the beta. The first two days will be made available only to those who have pre-ordered the game, while the weekend will be open to the public. Do note, however, that players will be given the chance to pre-load on the 10th of September in the morning, though that’s already passed.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare looks to succeed where no Call of Duty ever has. This involves a completely new and interactive approach with the community; releasing a public ‘Road to Launch’ for everyone to follow.
Personally, as a Call of Duty fan, I’ll be a tad upset when I venture abroad this weekend. The beta will supposedly include 32v32 gameplay, Night gameplay and many new mechanics such as Squad deployment, tanks and other vehicles. As soon as the beta ends, crossplay details will be released, a notion which makes too much sense for the larger game modes – though I’m worried as to how much advantage difference will be present. The rest of the plan is laid out plainly above, with an incredible amount ot be excited for.
A decisive week for Call of Duty – let us know if you’ll be giving the beta a shot in this coming week!