PC players excited to try out Call of Duty: WWII can now begin pre-loading the beta onto their machines.
Sledgehammer Games is hoping to bring Call of Duty back to PC in a big way. After years of poorly optimized ports, the studio is hoping to turn things around with Call of Duty: WWII. As such, the studio is gearing up for the open beta on the platform, and players begin pre-loading it starting now. To do so, just head to the game’s Steam page. The beta will kick off September 29 and run through the weekend.
The open beta contents will be identical to what console players had a month ago. There will be four maps, four game modes, five Divisions, and the brand new War game type. Players will be able to level up to unlock new guns, equipment, and perks. Here are some exclusive features that PC players will be able to try out:
- Native 4K Support
- Framerate Cap Slider (up to 250FPS)
- FOV Resizing
- Keyboard/Mouse Fully Re-mappable
- Controller Support
- G-Sync Monitor Support
- Ultra-Wide Monitor Support
- High-resolution Mouse Support
- Advanced Video Settings
Call of Duty: WWII is out November 3 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.