Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Multiplayer and Blackout beta dates announced

Black Ops 4 beta dates

Unusually, Activision didn't show that much of this year's Call Of Duty at E3 but they are gearing up for not one but two betas for Black Ops 4. Starting August 10th, PC players who have pre-ordered the game will gain access to the early access beta via Battle.net. The next multiplayer beta starting on August 10 will be available for Xbox One and PC Early Access, too, running until August 13.

The first taster for the upcoming military first-person shooter drops in August, and will give you a chance to test out the traditional multiplayer experience.

There are several beta periods and they run at various times, depending on the platform. Gamers will be able to try out the game's Blackout mode first on the PlayStation 4 in September.

As a private beta, the only way to ensure access is to pre-order Black Ops 4 either digitally or through a participating retailer. The beta will consist of two weekends, the first of which will be exclusive to PlayStation 4 players on 3rd August. This release will be available to the players from August 10 to August 13. Here, you can check out six maps and five different game modes: Team Deathmatch, Domination, Hardpoint, Control, and Search & Destroy.

Black Ops 4 blackout beta teaser

Participation Has Its Rewards: All participants in the Beta will receive a unique, one-of-a-kind calling card that they can proudly display. To ease concerns, Activision and Treyarch have announced two betas that will begin in just a few short weeks!

The Pick 10 system was brought back to Create-a-Class and comes with some changes.

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. More specific details will be shared as we get closer. For Xbox One and PC players, the private beta will kick off the following weekend.

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