The Call of Duty: WWII beta only lasts six days, split out between two weekends in August and September. There is a limited time to play, especially on the Xbox One which only sees a single weekend of the beta. Here are the reasons you need to make the best of this time and try the Call of Duty: WWII beta — at least for 30 to 60 minutes.
You need to pre-order the game to play in the Call of Duty: WWII beta, unless you have Xfinity, then you can get a free code. It’s not confirmed, but we expect to see Activision offer up friend codes, which would help you get a chance at playing the limited beta without a pre-order.
Make sure you are signed up for the Call of Duty: WWII beta and use these tips to prepare for the beta. You can start pre-loading the beta now on PS4 and on August 29th on Xbox One, but most users will need to wait for their token to start the Call of Duty: WWII beta download process.
A beta is unfinished, and it will have more problems than a full release, which may be enough reason for some gamers to skip the weekend of gameplay, especially if they have very limited time to play games. That said, there are plenty of reasons to put down Madden 18 or Battlefield 1 and give the Call of Duty: WWII beta a try. Here they are;
- Get Familiar With Boots on The Ground Gameplay
- Try the New War Mode
- Find Your Favorite Division
- Experience the Call of Duty: WWII Weapons
- Explore the Maps & Find the Best Spots
- Make the Game Better for Everyone
- Get Free Call of Duty: WWII Gear
The Call of Duty: WWII beta starts Friday August 25th at 10 AM Pacific, 1 PM eastern on PS4 and lasts until Monday at 10 AM Pacific. The second Call of Duty: WWII beta weekend is for the PS4 and Xbox One and is on September 1st at 10 AM Pacific through the following Monday.
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