The second beta weekend for “Call of Duty: WW2” has gone live a day early, and this time around Xbox One owners get to join in on the fun. Developer Sledgehammer Games has made some changes from last weekend's beta, and publisher Activision just announced that a new mode had been added, while the Level Cap has been raised to 35, up from 30. With the level cap upsurge, players can now unlock new weapons and equipment, along with the Flamethrower Scorestreak.

Weekend 2 update now live

During the first weekend beta, the level cap was 25, and the increase means that you can unlock more items and scorestreaks.

You’ll have to play a lot though, because this weekend’s “Call of Duty: WWII” beta ends Monday, September 4 at 10 AM PT.

Along with the highly-anticipated Flamethrower scorestreak, Kill Confirmed has been added to the Mosh Pit playlist on the beta as well. It can be unlocked at level 32. Additionally, the Machine Pistol has been made available, which will become available at level 33. By level 34, the M1928 can be unlocked.

Anyone wanting to hit Prestige will, unfortunately, be out of luck, as an Activision Assist article detailed: “A level cap will gradually increase to a final cap at Level 40, meaning there is no Prestige in the Private Beta.” It’s also worth noting that one notable omission on the multiplayer side from this beta that you'll see on launch day is Headquarters, the game's new social space.

More ‘COD: WW2’ tweaks

Aachen is the newest map being added to the beta. Greg Reisdorf, the lead multiplayer designer at Sledgehammer, said that Aachen is a medium-sized map with a huge center lane that will be great for snipers. There's also the smoldering ruins of apartments, a theatre, and even a bookstore, should you fancy breaking up your sniping with a literary break.

Sledgehammer also implemented some gameplay tweaks based on feedback from the first beta weekend. Team Deathmatch will now have a skill cap of 100, while kills in Domination will grant players 100 points. The studio has also fixed some loading and hit marker issues.

Call of Duty: WW2” releases November 3 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Alongside the standard versions are the Pro Editions, for PS4 and Xbox One, which are all set to release on the same date. It's not clear what the Pro Editions will offer yet, but we do know that they'll include the base game, season pass, and a collectible steelbook and "additional bonus content" at the very least.