The Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 private multiplayer beta is live once again—But this time, it’s available on more platforms.
The first week of the Black Ops 4 beta started early on Aug. 2, but it was only available for PlayStation 4 players. The second weekend has officially begun.
PS4 and Xbox One users will have access to the Black Ops 4 beta from today, Aug. 10, to Monday, Aug. 13. An early-access PC beta exclusively on Battle.net will start today too, while the open PC beta is set to run from Aug. 11 to Aug. 13.
Everyone who participates in the Black Ops 4 private multiplayer beta will earn a “unique, one-of-a-kind” in-game calling card. Players who reach the maximum level in the beta will also receive a permanent unlock token to use in multiplayer when Black Ops 4 is officially released on Oct. 12.
Ten Specialist characters from Black Ops 4 can be used in the beta, and players will get the chance to duke it out in a handful of classic multiplayer game modes, such as Team Deathmatch, Domination, Hardpoint, and Search and Destroy. A new game mode, Heist, will also be added to the beta today—In this atypical Call of Duty mode, players will try to escort a bag of cash to an extraction site.
The Black Ops 4 private multiplayer beta is scheduled to be available until 12pm CT on Monday, Aug. 13.