Activision is trying to redeem itself from all the failures of “Infinity Warfare” through “Call of Duty: WW2.” The game is basically a dive to the infamous yet historic war, and so far, fans love the idea the studio is pursuing. Interestingly, new details about the forthcoming title have surfaced, involving key information about the game’s beta phase.

Most fans will agree that “Call of Duty: WW2” will not be a big disappointment. It has already proven itself to be a huge market player, following all the positive feedbacks and responses the company acquired from the community.

Now, players will once again be excited knowing that the release date for the beta has been unveiled.

Beta release date details

During this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), Activision together with Sledgehammer Gamers dropped the game’s first gameplay trailer. Having seen the footage, the anticipation from the fans grew exponentially. Many are already bugging the video game company about the game’s beta and whatnot. Fortunately for them, one of their questions have been answered.

Call of Duty: WW2” beta is scheduled for launch on August 25 at 12 PM ET. Players would want to set their foot on it as soon as it gets released because it closes on the third day. The studio also revealed that by August 28, same time, the beta ends.

Fortunately though, by the time weekend arrives, the second set of action will happen.

Second round of multiplayer action

Just a few days after the beta closes, “Call of Duty: WW2” gamers and fans alike will be given the chance to join the game’s multiplayer action come September 1. It will be made available both on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, with no specific details about its arrival on the PC platform yet.

It is expected to end on September 5 at around 12 PM ET. It is worth noting that this will be last free action-run before the game officially launches. Hence the studio urges everyone to try and take part of it.

It should also be noted that “Call of Duty: WW2” is already up for pre-orders. Players who pre-order the game are in for a huge treat from Activision.

Why? That is because they will be getting the Divisions Pack, which already includes the five Premium Gear sets. The latter were inspired by the five known Divisions in the game. These are namely, the Infantry Division, the Expeditionary Division, the Airborne Division, the Mountain Division and the Armored Division.