Getting into the multiplayer beta on consoles require pre-ordering the shooter, and those on the PlayStation 4 get to jump in before everyone else. The developer revealed that it will host two separate tests for the shooter-one for multiplayer, the other for the battle royale-style Blackout mode-ahead of the game's launch, with the first scheduled to kick off next month. The beta will last until the 6th August, and it'll feature all the usual modes: Team Deathmatch, Domination, Hardpoint, and Search and Destroy.
Activision and Treyarch have revealed the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 multiplayer beta schedule, which will in fact see two different test sessions held: A "multiplayer beta" in August, and then a Blackout battle royale beta in September. Combine these changes with customizable Operator Mods for each weapon, and you've got plenty of new strategies to experiment with.
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As a private beta, it will only be accessible by those who have pre-ordered Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, with download codes being sent out for both digital and physical pre-orders. Full details on the Black Ops 4 beta are available on the Treyarch blog. The latter is an objective-based mode that has teams alternating between attacking and defending two "static objectives".
All participants in the beta will receive a calling card to display, and every player who achieves max rank earns a Permanent Unlock Token. The first team to three victories wins the match. The classic Pick 10 Create-a-Class system returns, but Special Equipment unique to each Specialist targets and enhances abilities. Only one piece of Gear can be used per loadout, so choose wisely. It's set to release for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on October 12. Like the multiplayer beta, it will hit PS4 first.
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