Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII private multiplayer beta dates announced

Call Of Duty Black Ops 4 multiplayer beta start dates revealed

Call Of Duty Black Ops 4 multiplayer beta start dates revealed

Activision and Treyarch have revealed the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 multiplayer beta schedule, which will in fact see two different test sessions held: A "multiplayer beta" in August, and then a Blackout battle royale beta in September. This initial private beta will only be available to those playing on PS4.

In addition to the multiplayer beta, Treyarch revealed that in September they will be having another private beta for Black Ops 4's new battle royale game mode, Blackout.

Getting into the multiplayer beta on consoles require pre-ordering the shooter, and those on the PlayStation 4 get to jump in before everyone else.

The Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 multiplayer beta kicks off on August 3 on PS4, followed a week after by Xbox One and PC.


For the Private Multiplayer Beta, players will begin fighting through six maps - two of which will make their first public appearance. It will also offer a handful of modes to play, including fan favorites such as Team Deathmatch, Domination, Hardpoint, and Search & Destroy, as well as Black Ops 4's brand-new Control mode. Exclusive in-game rewards will be given to beta participants, and free unlocks will be awarded to players who reach max rank over the course of the beta. PC players who pre-order can start playing the "early access" beta August 10th, starting at 10:00 PT.

Control is an objective-based mode that is new to the franchise, one where teams will rotate in attacking and defending two objectives. This can be applied to Create-a-Class content when the game comes out. Each team has a limited number of lives in this first-to-three wins match-up.

Weapons now have unique sets of attachments, including a new class of powerful attachments called Operator Mods, to really focus each gun on its individual role in combat.

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