Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 multiplayer beta start dates revealed

The Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 multiplayer beta's got a confirmed date on PlayStation 4. An additional beta session will take place the following weekend for all platforms-PS4, Xbox One, and PC-although the PC test will only be accessible through the Battle.net service. Formally announced last month, Blackout is, obviously, not the most original idea; but, Activision and Treyarch are taking steps to ensure it has its own unique Call of Duty flair.

As is customary, participation in both Private Betas requires a valid digital or physical pre-order of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.

Will you be giving the beta a shot?

As detailed by Activision, the Private Multiplayer Beta will offer six maps, two of which will be making their first appearance.


PC players only need a Battle.net account to access the multiplayer beta, but those who pre-purchase through Battle.net will also get a full extra day.

If playing with others is your thing, have a look at our list of the best multiplayer games on PC. The latter is an objective-based mode that has teams alternating between attacking and defending two "static objectives".

We don't have an exact date yet for the private beta, but we do know it's on the way after the multiplayer fans get their run testing the servers. Similarly, the Private Blackout Beta will be available first on PlayStation 4 and will then presumably extend to Xbox One and PC. And for every player that achieves max rank in the Beta, they will earn a Permanent Unlock Token to apply to any piece of Create-a-Class content when the game comes out. It will be held first on PS4, with more details to come close to the end of summer. Instead of a solitary beta event as is usually the case with Call of Duty games, there will be two betas.

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