Call of Duty: WWII Open Multiplayer Beta is Coming Soon to PC

Call of Duty: WWII Open Multiplayer Beta is Coming Soon to PC

On September 15th, the official Call of Duty Twitter account unveiled a full week of new information concerning the plot, with four, separate days announced, with each dedicated to a new category.

Writing on their blog, Sony Playstation say "this special bundle honours the long tradition of Call of Duty on PlayStation with a unique Green Camouflage PS4 console equipped with a 1TB HDD".

Sledgehammer's Call of Duty: WWII private multiplayer beta on consoles launched not long ago.

For those interested, it's worth noting that this is an open beta, available for all players on Steam with or without a pre-order of the game.

Call of Duty WW2 is getting an open beta later this month, Activision has confirmed. The minimum specs are set, but it's possible that the game's minimum requirements could change after the PC open beta.

"We're also thankful for the open and constructive dialogue throughout the course of the Beta". And best of all, it was great to finally be able to play Call of Duty: WWII with the community. Their goals are to stress test the core gameplay systems as well as the online backend infrastructure. According to Horsley, the Third Reich has built an army of the dead in a last-ditch attempt to salvage the war.

The perk system - or something close to it - seems to be appearing once again, as Horsley said that they will provide "rewards and upgrades", some of which are permanent, throughout the mode.

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