Giveaway: Call of Duty: WWII PS4 Beta Codes

by Lawrence Cooper August 24, 2017, 1:41
Giveaway: Call of Duty: WWII PS4 Beta Codes

The Call of Duty fanbase is an intensively competitive one so it seems fitting that even Call of Duty: WWII's social space would allow players to go head-to-head with one another. So for Xbox players that will miss the PlayStation 4 beta, there's still a chance to play once September begins. 20 winners will be chosen at random to receive a PS4 beta code of Call of Duty: WWII from all eligible entries received by 10:00am Pacific Time Friday, August 25 2017.

After brief mentions in the many, many media events leading up to Call of Duty: World War 2's official debut earlier this summer, we now finally have a look at Headquarters mode, the promised "hub" that will bring CoD players together.

At least three Multiplayer maps, including Pointe Du Hoc, Ardennes, and Gibraltar.

Thankfully, Activision has released a video of the gameplay mode today, showcasing exactly what you can expect when the game releases later this year.

Divisions - Enlist in the Infantry, Expeditionary, Airborne, Armored, or Mountain Division.

"This test of the Private Multiplayer Beta will feature an introduction to a portion of the player's soldier progression and the underlying foundation of Divisions, and we can't wait to hear your thoughts on it".

"Call of Duty: WW2" is set to be released for the PS4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows PC on November 3.

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