Activision has announced a private multiplayer beta and Blackout beta for Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII. "The community feedback generated from going hands-on is always incredibly important, and it's never been more so than with Blackout", added Treyarch Senior Producer, Yale Miller. In both cases, the beta will end at 10 am PT/1 pm ET on August 13. More details for this private beta will be given later this Summer.
If you're residing in India and want access to the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 multiplayer beta, your best bet would be to pre-order the game digitally. The "early access" beta for people who have preordered the game will begin at 10 am PT/1 pm ET on August 10, while the doors will open to everyone at the same time on August 11. New Specialists will be playable along with returning Specialists Nomad and Prophet. Game modes will consist of Team Deathmatch, Domination, Hardpoint, Search & Destroy and the brand new objective-based mode, Control.
In Control, teams alternate rounds between attacking and defending two static objectives. Each team has a limited number of lives in this first-to-three wins match-up, so strategic strikes and defensive positioning are key, making for some fast and frenetic gunfights.More news: Drake says Will Smith wins 'In My Feelings Challenge'
When is the "Call of Duty: Black Ops 4" beta? .
Let's be honest though, most players are probably more interested in the Blackout beta.
At the moment there's no exact dates for the second beta just yet aside from Treyarch stating it would happen in September and on PS4 first.More news: Israel wants to conquer the moon in early 2019
According to the official announcement, the multiplayer beta starts first on PlayStation 4 on August 3 (with Xbox to follow one week later) and the Blackout beta starts first on PlayStation 4 in September.
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