Preorders not required.
Activision announced today that all PlayStation 4 players will be able to participate in the second beta test for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, no longer requiring PS4 participants to preorder the game in order to be a part of it. That requirement appears to remain in place for those who will be participating in the Xbox One beta test.
The first beta weekend for Infinite Warfare got off to a rocky start, resulting in it getting a one day extension.
"Thank you to the awesome Call of Duty community and your response to the Beta. We've been watching players experiment with different Rigs, all unique to their playstyles, and dig into our new weapon crafting system. We've also introduced a new matchmaking system to provide the highest quality matches possible, which the Beta has helped us optimize for launch," said Joe Cecot, Lead Multiplayer Designer at Infinity Ward.
"The feedback and player data is exactly what we need in order to make our day one experience on November 4 the best it can be in the final game," Cecot continued. "So much so that we'd like to open the beta up even further starting this Friday for all PS4 players. We are constantly fine tuning and balancing the MP experience to meet player expectations and our design goals, so huge thanks from all of us at the studio."
The second beta begins on October 21 at 10 AM PT, ending at 10am PT on October 24. The beta can be pre-loaded now.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is set to launch on November 4 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.