PlayStation 4 players may have received a first crack at the Call of Duty: WWII (opens in new tab) beta last weekend, but now it's time for Xbox One to join the fray. Activision has now kicked off the second beta weekend for the game a day earlier than originally expected on both Xbox One and PS4.
Weekend 2 of the #WWIIBeta is NOW LIVE early on PS4 and Xbox One! Log in now and start the grind to level 30. #CODWWII pic.twitter.com/cO8qZDj9TjWeekend 2 of the #WWIIBeta is NOW LIVE early on PS4 and Xbox One! Log in now and start the grind to level 30. #CODWWII pic.twitter.com/cO8qZDj9Tj— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) August 31, 2017August 31, 2017
To recap, the beta test is open to anyone who has preordered Call of Duty: WWII on Xbox One. And for the second beta weekend, testers are getting access to some new stuff. The level cap has been increased to level 30, opening up more unlocks. A new map is also up for testing with Aachen, which is set in a "war-torn town in Western Germany."
If you've preordered, you should be able to download the beta client and jump into the fray now. The beta period is set to run through September 4, so you should have plenty of time to climb the ranks and test things out. And if you haven't preordered yet, Call of Duty: WWII preorders are up for grabs starting at $59.99.
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just preorders? shouldn't this be open to everyone? seems like it would be a good way to entice more people to preorder if they can play it first and end up liking it.
With the Swastikas and people running everywhere you could even pretend this game takes place in present day America.
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