Call of Duty Infinite Warfare open beta has been scheduled for the PS4 and Xbox One consoles.
Activision has confirmed the beta dates for Call of Duty Infinite Warfare and it begins on October 14th. The publisher didn’t specify a proper reason for skipping the game on PC platform. However, the final edition of the title will be available on all three platforms. Playstation 4 owners will receive the game earlier before Xbox One players. The total beta will run through a period of two weeks, giving everyone enough time to explore the space-type multiplayer action.
Playstation 4 gamers who pre-ordered the title will get beta access on October 14th. After the first round of beta comes to an end, others on Xbox One and PS4 platforms will receive access on October 21st. There are some questions related to how Activision would handle the beta session this time around. For Black Ops III, the publisher chose to open it up for every player on the platform to stress test the servers and also find bugs.
There is still no word on the content that will revealed during the beta. Call of Duty Infinite Warfare opened with very little hype because players were stoked for Battlefield 1. Most assumed the game will be so bad that they started disliking the video on youtube, making the most disliked clip on the website. However, things changed after the developers explained what they are up to and revealed more gameplay footages.
The title even has an exclusive single player campaign dedicated to Playstation VR headset. Players can wear it and immerse themselves in a whole new world to enjoy its interesting setup, action packed storyline and explore space from a closer perspective. No such special content exists for the Xbox One or the PC edition.
Another special addition in Infinite Warfare is that the game comes with a full remastered version of Call of Duty Modern Warfare. The first game that changed the franchise so much and pushed it to its pinnacle of success is now coming back with 1080p glory, new graphics, textures and improved visuals like never before. Captain Price has never looked so good and so does Soap!
Electronic Arts will soon be out with Battlefield 1 in time to compete with Activision’s Call of Duty Infinite Warfare. Both are them are scheduled for launched with just a couple of days’ gap, making it tough for FPS lovers to make a decision.