Activision and Sledgehammer Games have opened the Call of Duty: WWII PC open beta early.
PC players excited to see whether Call of Duty: WWII will be a worthy port can hop on now and see for themselves. Sledgehammer Games has opened the floodgates to players now, despite the fact that the beta was initially supposed to go live on Friday, September 29.
In the Call of Duty: WWII PC open beta, players will get to play on four maps, test out five Divisions, and enjoy four different game modes. With over thirty levels to unlock, there’s plenty of progression to keep you busy over the extended weekend. PC fanatics will also be able to test out a bunch of PC exclusive features, including native 4K support, framerate cap slider, and mappable keys.
Call of Duty: WWII is out November 3 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The PC open beta will run today through Monday, October 2.