Black Ops 4 multiplayer and Blackout beta release dates detailed

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Black Ops 4 multiplayer and Blackout beta release dates detailed

The PC Open Beta is available to everyone through In both cases, the beta will end at 10 am PT/1 pm ET on August 13.

The first round of betas will be for multiplayer and is coming in August.

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.

To gain access to the console Beta, you will need a Private Beta key that will be provided when pre-ordering the game from select retailers.

Everybody who participates in the multiplayer beta will receive a one-of-a-kind calling card, and those who achieve max rank will get a token that permanently unlocks any piece of Create-a-Class content when the games comes out.

PlayStation 4 owners will get to play first with an exclusive dedicated weekend that will take place from 10am PT on Friday, August 3 until 10am PT on Monday, August 6.

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Let's be honest though, most players are probably more interested in the Blackout beta.

The CoD: BO4 beta was announced on July 13, much to the excitement of all those who have been longing to try out the highly anticipated upcoming title. The beta will include six maps and five modes including Team Deathmatch, Hardpoint and the brand new Control mode.

"Call of Duty" fans have two betas to look forward to this summer, according to a blog post from Treyarch.

Control: Teams alternate between attacking and defending two static objectives with limited lives. More details will be revealed at a later date.

The PC edition of Black Ops 4 will be available exclusively through Blizzard's - you'll see an entry for it in the Activision section of the launcher now.

If you're more interested in checking out the new battle royale Blackout mode, you will be able to do so in a separate beta this September.

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