Here's when this weekend's Call of Duty: WWII beta starts and finishes
Get the maximum amount of CoD in your system this weekend.
Call of Duty: WWII's second beta begins this weekend, following last weekend's PlayStation 4 exclusive beta.
Developer Sledgehammer Games has now confirmed the precise time that Xbox One and PS4 gamers will be able to access this weekend's beta. Starting tomorrow, September 1st, Call of Duty: WWII pre-order holders can get into the beta at 6pm UK time.
Doors to the beta will be open to those that pre-ordered all the war up until Monday, September 4th at 6pm UK time.
The beta is getting some additional content on top of what was available during PS4's private beta, including a new map, Aachen. Sledgehammer is also adding new modes and weapons for players to rest out, and has made a number of tweaks based off feedback last weekend - including bringing the Team Deathmatch kill cap to 100, and having kills in Domination mode grant players 100 points.
Everyone that takes part in the beta will also unlock some special goodies when the full game launches in November, which includes a special helmet, emblem and weapon skin for Zombie mode. Unfortunately for PC gamers, there is no PC beta planned at this time.
You going to be playing the new Call of Duty this weekend? Let us know!
Tags: PS4, Xbox-One
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