Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Reveals Two Open Betas and More Before Launch
Activision released a roadmap of information being delivered from the Infinity Ward developed first-person shooter Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 25.
Players looking forward to getting their hands on the game can do so early when the title enters an Open Beta weekend exclusive to PlayStation 4 players from September 12 through the 16. This beta will give players a chance to experience some of the game’s online modes and get a feel for the weapons.
On September 16, the developer will release details on how crossplay will work in the game, which is arguably a huge topic of discussion amongst fans playing on different console. After, on September 19 through 23, players can jump in another open beta to play using the crossplay feature.
At the end of September, the developer will release information about the game’s campaign, something that was missing from Black Ops 4 and on October 7 the game’s Special Ops mode will premier.
This is what will happen as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare prepares for launch.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is the newest entry in the Call of Duty series and aims to give players a dose of nostalgia with its strange naming convention. Still, the game includes a solo campaign as well as a focus on its weapon customization. This depth of customization extends to both main Loadout weapons.
Primary and Secondary weapons can be augmented to fit the way the player sees themselves heading into battle. However, each weapon allows up to five parts of customization until your available slots are filled. For example, with an Assault rifle, players can choose from the Muzzle, Lasers, Optic, Stock, Rear Grip, Magazine, Underbarrel, Barrel, or a Perk. So players will need to figure out what is most important to them during gameplay.
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