A brand-new iteration of the Call of Duty franchise is on the way. Before the release of Modern Warfare 2, which is scheduled to take place in October, we will have the opportunity to put the first-person shooter game’s gameplay through its paces in beta form.
The beta testing timetable for the upcoming iteration of the Call of Duty franchise has been made public by Activision. We already know that those who pre-order Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 on PS4 or PS5 consoles will be given the first opportunity to try out the game before it is released to the general public. The Early Access beta option will become available to players who fall into this category on September 16 at 19:00. The remaining owners of Sony consoles will have the opportunity to take part in the public beta tests beginning on September 18 and continuing through September 20. These tests will begin on September 18.
The second round of the beta testing process will begin on September 22, however, users of Xbox will not be able to participate in it. Players who own PC, Xboxes, or PlayStation consoles will be able to take part in the game during this phase. Additionally, it will be allowed to test out the crossplay game during this phase. Once again, those individuals who have been enticed to make pre-order purchases will be accorded priority status.
First Weekend with the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Beta:
- Early Access for those with pre-orders: September 16-17 (PS4 and PS5 only)
- Public Beta: September 18-20 (PS4 and PS5 only)
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Beta Second Weekend:
- Early Access for those with pre-orders: September 22-23 (all platforms)
- Public Beta: September 24-26 (all platforms)
On September 15, a number of significant announcements and pieces of information relating to the future of the Call of Duty brand are scheduled to be delivered. On that day, Activision will conduct a Livestream “Call of Duty: Next”, during which it will be disclosed, inter alia, a full multiplayer clash in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. The topic of the continuation of Warzone will also be a primary emphasis for the publisher, in addition to recent developments concerning smartphones and the shooting brand.
We shall be able to let our freak flags fly on the Marina Bay Grand Prix map when we are beta testing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 later this year (6vs6). You will find a concise introduction to this Battle Arena further down below.