#Call of Duty: WWII” is one of the most anticipated first-person shooter video game to arrive this year. It is the 14th installment of the “Call of Duty” series. Activision and Sledgehammer are expected to officially launch the game on November 3, 2017.

But before its official launch, the “#Call Of Duty: WWIIprivate multiplayer beta will begin next week on PlayStation 4. The multiplayer beta will be available for those who pre-ordered the game on either PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. The private beta will go live on August 25, 2017.

Beta version will be available for a limited time

According to a report from GameSpot, the private multiplayer beta will feature three new maps, namely the Pointe Du Hoc, Ardennes, and Gibraltar.

Advertisements
Advertisements

Players will also get the chance to try out new modes and weapons. The “Call of Duty: WWII” beta will run from August 25 to 28, exclusively on the PlayStation 4 platform. The next beta will start from September 1 to 4, for both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles.

New maps, weapons and modes

Players can also try out the new War mode in the beta version. Players will have the chance to experience the story-driven battles between the Axis and Allies. The classic “Call of Duty” modes like Domination, Hardpoint, and Team Deathmatch are also available. New amazing weapons like M1 Garand, Bazooka and MG15 are also added in the game.

Beta players will also have the opportunity to try “Call of Duty: WWII” Divisions such as Infantry division, Expeditionary division, Airborne division, Armored division, and Mountain Divisions.

Advertisements

But the game progress, selection of weapons, and other unlockables are only limited.

What is the use of beta tests?

The developer described the private multiplayer beta as a critical test for the core gameplay of “Call of Duty: WWII.” The primary purpose of the beta is to receive feedback from players so that it will help to finalize the features and balance the gameplay before officially launching the game worldwide. Participating in the beta test will also give rewards in the full game such as helmet, #Emblem, and calling card.

Some features that will not be included in the “Call of Duty: WWII” beta is the new Headquarters social space that lets players hang out and group up with fellow soldiers, in-game supply drops and loot and the much awaited eerie-looking Nazi Zombies mode. The said features will only be available on the final official game.