CoD Black Ops 4 Beta: When it Ends on All Platforms

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Activision has released a new trailer for the upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 beta which will be heading to PlayStation 4 this weekend and then Xbox One and PC next weekend.

The below trailer shows off all to expect from the beta, including 10 specialists, 6 maps, 6 modes and a variety of weaponry.

The newly released trailer also gives players their first look at Blackout gameplay, albeit, only very quickly. A beta for the Blackout Battle Royale mode will be held later in September 2018. Depending on what console you're on, you may be able to check out the Black Ops 4 beta sooner than others, but if you're unsure on that, be sure to check out our guide on start times here. Yes, we're getting a trailer for the beta. The following weekend, Xbox One, PC, and PS4 players can jump in reto check it out once again.

Ahead of the title's proper launch, though, Activision is setting up a series of beta tests for the game, allowing people to get a taste of what's to come.

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There's still no date for Blackout's beta but the normal multiplayer one will start on August 3 for PlayStation 4 owners and August 10 for everyone else. By pre-ordering, you receive a digital token that you must redeem on the official Call of Duty site. Black Ops 4 will officially be released on October 12.

Activision states that the only thing you need for the beta is a account, which most PC players will already have.

After a gruelling couple of days, Team Kaliber have been crowned the Call of Duty Stage 2 champions after defeating Rise Nation in a final which went to a second best of five. Those who participate in the private multiplayer beta will earn a couple of exclusive rewards.