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Preload the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare beta early now

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After the PS4 exclusive alpha for the upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare last month, Activision is preparing an open beta that will begin this week on the PS4 yet again. If you are eagerly anticipating the first-person shooter, the beta client is already available to preload right now.

The first session will be held from September 14-16. However, for those who have pre-ordered any version of the game, you will have early access to the beta on September 12 and 13. Beta codes for physical pre-orders will be sent via email, while digital pre-orders can head straight to the PlayStation Store to preload ahead of time. The beta comes in at a pretty huge download of 27.52 GB.

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After that, the next session will be on September 1920. Xbox One and PC pre-orders, along with all PS4 players, will be able to join in the beta action for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. This will be the case as well on September 21-23, where all platforms will engage in modern warfare.

This will be the first instance of cross-play for players to experience, and it will be an indication of how it will all play out come release day for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, when it launches this October 25.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Beta Details

PS4 Exclusive Beta Dates

  • September 12-23 (Early Access, PS4)
  • September 14-16 (Open beta, PS4)

Cross-Play Beta Dates

  • September 19-20 (Early access, PC and Xbox One; open beta, PS4)
  • September 21-23 (Open beta, PS4, Xbox One, and PC)

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