Another year, another CoD game it seems, as Call of Duty WWII is set to launch, come November 3rd. You won’t have to wait quite that long to give it a test drive, however, as a private multiplayer beta is coming in about 10 days.
It kicks off on August 25th and runs through August 28th, for players who pre-order the game. Beta participants will experience the all-new War Mode where players must work as a team to defeat the enemy.
Have a look at the trailer for the multiplayer beta below.
Call of Duty WWII trailer
This private beta is exclusive to PlayStation 4 owners, although there’s still good news for Xbox One fans. A second private beta will launch on September 1st and run through September 4th, and this one is available to both PS4 and XB1 owners who pre-ordered.
If you’ve already got a code, you can enter it over on the private beta signup page.
Call of Duty WWII is a return to the series’ roots and offers a breathtaking experience that redefines World War II for a new gaming generation. That said, I haven’t touched a COD game in years. The last one I played was Modern Warfare, and the players I came across during my stint turned me away from the series for good.
I know there’s a lot of folks reading this who still like the Call of Duty series, so I wanted to give you a heads up – just in case you’re in that crowd.
And while I have your attention and we’re talking about PlayStation 4 stuff, now is as good a time as ever to point you towards my PSN profile, you know – should you wanna ever get your ass kicked in a game of Madden, or Friday the 13th.
Readers… Any COD players in the crowd? Are you pre-ordering Call of Duty WWII? Hit the comment thread and do what you do!