Black Ops 4 Private Beta Dates

Alonzo Simpson
July 16, 2018

One for regular multiplayer, coming out next month, and another to try out the brand new Blackout mode set for September. Like everything for the Call of Duty series these days, PlayStation 4 will be getting first access to the beta.

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Will you be giving the beta a shot? Players that pre-order digitally through the PlayStation or Xbox stores are automatically registered. Currently, we do not have more information on the Blackout beta, but details are expected to be released as we approach September.

The multiplayer beta will include six maps and five modes, and everyone who participates will get a calling card to show off when the game releases. Furthermore, players who achieve the maximum rank in the beta will earn a Permanent Unlock Token. This can be applied to Create-a-Class content when the game comes out. The only exception is the open PC beta and any days in which the console betas are open on demand.

Let's be honest though, most players are probably more interested in the Blackout beta. Two specialist classes will be available to choose from. Additionally, the beta will see a mix of new and returning Specialists, such as Nomad and Prophet.

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The Private Multiplayer Beta will feature game modes like Team Deathmatch, Domination, Hardpoint, and Search & Destroy, alongside Control. The mode will grant only limited life to the team players with them defending and attacking 2 objectives.

How do I gain access to the first Private Beta?

Which maps and modes are in the "Black Ops 4" beta? More importantly, a beta will ensure that it doesn't completely suck.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will launch on October 12. Blog posts from Activision and Treyarch offer the full details.

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