Sledgehammer Games and Activision have come together to create a Call of Duty game that goes back to its roots. They will soon release a FPS game as a private beta set in the World War 2 era. This highly anticipated Call of Duty: WW2 private beta will soon be available on multiple platforms.
Call of Duty: WW2 private beta availability
Only PS4 owners can access this private beta for the weekend on August 25. Xbox users on the other hand, will be able to play the beta starting from September 1. To clarify, the beta will be available for both platforms on the September 1 weekend.
As for PC gamers, the developers have not yet made it clear when the game will be made available for them. It is clear however, that there will not be a PC private beta.
Length of Call of Duty: WW2 private beta
According to Best Buy and various images of the beta, it will last three days for each weekend.
Type of content to expect
For a private beta, the amount of content is quite substantial. So far, three maps have been confirmed. These maps are Ardennes, Du Hoc, and Gibraltar. Gamers will be able to play the traditional Domination, Hardpoint, and Team Deathmatch game modes on these maps.
Also, there is a new type of game mode that will be available on the Call of Duty: WW2 private beta. The new mode is called War Mode, and it has been praised by both fans and critics alike. Many believe that War Mode is just the thing the Call of Duty franchise needed in order to keep it fresh.
There will be a Division system that will replace the class system used in previous Call of Duty games.
How to get the Call of Duty: WW2 private beta
The only way to have access to the beta is by pre-ordering it.
The hype continues to grow as the launch date of the beta draws closer. If you are looking for more information, there will be a live stream on August 22 with more news on the Call of Duty: WW2 private beta.
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