The PC and Xbox One Black Ops 3 beta end time is now late tonight after a full day extension that comes at the end of a problematic beta, but one that delivered a good deal of play options to Xbox One and PC users.
Since the start of the Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 beta experiences we’ve heard users ask, “What time does the Xbox One Black Ops 3 beta end?”
Treayarch confirmed a new Xbox One Black Ops 3 beta end time by adding a full day of play and new upgrade options for gamers who are trying to level up in Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 before the beta ends.
The Xbox One Black Ops 3 beta end time is extended.
The end of the PC and Xbox One Black Ops 3 beta is at 10 PM Pacific August 31, 1 AM Eastern September 1st. Until the end of the Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 beta you can work towards the various new levels that opened up over the weekend.
In addition to the extended time for the Xbox One Black Ops 3 beta there are new options that players may want to check out after taking a break from the beta after the initial excitement.
The Xbox One Black Ops 3 beta level cap is now 49, there is a new Specialist names Spectre and a new mode called Safeguard. Over the weekend the company previously added the Reaper Specialist and the map Stronghold.
If you have yet to play, you can download the PC or Xbox One Black Ops 3 beta and start playing for the remaining time. We offer a collection of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 beta tips to help you get the most out of your limited time with the beta and there are a list of things to try in the beta before it ends.
Black Ops 3 is going to be introducing several new elements to the Call of Duty franchise. One of the biggest is the addition of Specialists. Specialists come with their own look but more importantly, they come with unique weapons and abilities.
Here's the breakdown of the Specialist classes that you'll most likely encounter during the Xbox One Black Ops 3 beta:
Battery: Battery operates ahead of the front lines. Her War Machine fires salvos of bouncing grenades, while her Kinetic Armor can deflect enemy bullets when active… though she remains vulnerable to headshots and non-bullet damage.
Ruin: A reckless infantry soldier who prefers to surprise his enemies. He rushes into battle with his Overdrive ability, and can deliver a devastating shockwave with his Gravity Spikes.
Outrider: A hunter-tracker who stalks her prey from afar before moving in for the kill. Use her Vision Pulse ability to reveal the location of nearby enemies or her Sparrow compound bow with its deadly explosive bolts.
Prophet: Prefers to disrupt opponents’ tactics before moving in for the kill. His Tempest is a charge-shot weapon that delivers chain electricity to all nearby enemies. He can confuse enemies with his Glitch ability, which flashes him back to a previous position.
Seraph: Known for extreme focus and discipline in combat. Her high-caliber Annihilator revolver fires powerful rounds with increased bullet penetration taking out enemies with one shot. She’s also able to earn Scorestreaks more quickly using her Combat Focus ability, which triggers a brief bonus multiplier.
Nomad: Prefers to turn the environment against his enemies. Case in point: His H.I.V.E. weapon, which deploys trap pods filled with deadly nano-drones. When near death, Nomad can recover using his Rejack ability.
You'll want to try out each Specialist so that you develop a comfort level with one or more of them. There's a good chance that one will fit your style better than the other so you'll want to use the beta to do a bit of experimentation.
In order to really dig in though you'll need to play as each one. As you level up, you'll gain unlock tokens that allow you to access new weapons and abilities. So, give each a shot and that way, you'll be better prepared for the public release in November.