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New Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare beta is now available to preload on PS4

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A sniper from the game Call Of Duty: Mordern Warfare about to take a shot

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The excitement is building over Activisions upcoming Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare reboot, with the beta version almost within reach for PlayStation 4 players.

As of today, PlayStation 4 owners wanting to get a first taste of the action are able to preload the beta client in anticipation of it going live this week.

The open beta will be available for the first time on the dates of 14, 15 and 16 September but any fans who have pre-ordered the game can get early access on the 12 and 13 September. And who said Friday 13th was bad luck?

Those who pre-ordered digitally can now head on to the PlayStation Store to preload the client. If youre more of a physical copy kind of player, a link will be e-mailed to all those who pre-ordered the disc – but clear some space as its an eye-watering 27.52GB. Still, its worth the download to be able to get involved in the hotly anticipated game and see what it has to offer.

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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare – beta dates at a glance

PS4 Exclusive
September 12-23 (Early access)
September 14-16 (Open beta)

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

If youre an Xbox One or PC gamer, youre going to have to wait a little longer. The next open beta session will launch on 19 September, where those who pre-ordered for either of those platforms can finally get in on it.

Finally, between 21 and 23 September, all players on all platforms will have full access to participate in the open beta. So whether or not youRead More – Source